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This Is What Democracy Looks Like Speaker Series
Juston Cooper: Justice & Democracy
Thursday, November 19, 2020 | 1:00PM — 2:00PM
Thursday, November 19, 2020 | 7:00PM — 8:00PM
Juston Cooper, deputy director of the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition, talks about what democracy actually means once you’ve been incarcerated. And what about people returning from incarceration? Are they allowed “back in” to our democracy, or are they supposed to stay on the “inside” forever?
Note: Lectures will be offered digitally and in person following COVID-19 regulations. If it becomes necessary to switch to a digital-only format, we will notify you as the lecture date approaches. The ticket price will remain the same for digital or in person experiences.
Important note about the series ticket package: Series ticket package includes access to all 1pm and 7pm lectures. Lecture times may vary, so check each date before you purchase.
About Juston Cooper
Juston Cooper is the deputy director of the Colorado nonprofit Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition (CCJRC). A Denver native, Cooper received his Bachelor’s degree from Metropolitan State University and holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver. Having been directly impacted by the criminal legal system himself, Cooper believes it’s essential to understand the systemic issues and barriers that contribute to oppressing communities in order to truly promote public health and safety.