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Register Now for JPI's Special Event "Private Prisons: What are the Costs of their Profits?"

The Justice Policy Institute invites you to "Private Prisons: What are the Costs of their Profits?" A panel discussion & reception in Washington, D.C. at the Lamont Bishop Gallery Thursday, November 3, 2011 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

Join us for an engaging discussion highlighting the political strategies of private prison companies and the implications of future private prison expansion, featuring leading experts in juvenile justice, immigration, unions, media, advocacy and law.

General Entry: $75; Nonprofit, Government: $50; Impacted Individuals: $35. Donations are tax deductible. RSVP early here.  

Panelists include: Alex Friedmann, Prison Legal News, Nashville, TN; Gail Tyree, Soros Fellow, Miami, FL; Sheila Bedi,  Southern Poverty Law Center, New Orleans, LA; Joshua Miller, American Federation of State and County Municipal Employees, Washington, DC; Emily Tucker, Detention Watch Network, Washington, DC; David Shapiro, ACLU National Prison Project, Washington, DC; Paul Ashton Author, Gaming the System, and Research assistant, JPI and will be moderated by Tracy Velázquez, Executive Director, JPI.

For more information, please email us at rsvp@justicepolicy.org.

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