Join us for (Un)Equal Under the Law: Extreme Sentencing and Racial Justice in California

Join us for (Un)Equal Under the Law: Extreme Sentencing and Racial Justice in California”

When: Thursday, March 14th, 5:30pm (doors open at 5pm)

Where: Jack Adams Hall, San Francisco State University

Who: Please RSVP
Featuring, Kevin Cooper, who will call in to discuss the ongoing fight for his life, justice and freedom while surviving California’s death row for nearly 40 years despite many Brady violations all pointing to prosecutorial misconduct and wrongful conviction. Professor Lara Bazelon, now representing Kevin in the Racial Justice Act, will discuss the historic bill, Kevin’s case and her phenomenal work for racial justice and the wrongfully convicted. Rahsaan “New York” Thomas inspires all with his incredible journey from a prison cell (55 to life sentence), becoming an award-winning writer, podcaster, director, producer, curator, social justice advocate, restorative justice circle keeper, youth counselor, runner and champion for incarcerated artists and their work—including Kevin!