Join Your Colleagues for a Film Screening and Discussion on How to Combat the School-to-Prison Pipeline
How are attitudes, experiences, and stereotypes impacting young people of color in Connecticut today? Join your fellow CEA members April 25 in Bridgeport for a film screening and an engaging discussion with experts on cultural responsiveness and juvenile justice.
This workshop, sponsored by the CEA Ethnic Minority Affairs Commission, is free to CEA members and will include a viewing of the CPTV film Color of Justice Revisited. It will also feature a discussion with the following guest speakers on how educators can help combat the school-to-prison pipeline.
- Michael Lawlor, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, University of New Haven, Former Undersecretary for Criminal Justice, OPM
- Meghan Korn, Cultural Responsiveness Specialist, Connecticut Judicial Department
- Michelangelo Palmieri, Juvenile Matters Supervisor II, Superior Court for Juvenile Matters, Middletown
1775 Madison Ave, Bridgeport
Appetizer buffet, cash bar