Center, Ball State University
A Town Hall Discussion: Community
and campus initiatives promoting peace in troubled times
Center, Ball State University
Black lives matter: Eliminating
racial inequities throughout the criminal justice system
Nazgol Ghandnoosh, Ph.D. (Research analyst, The Sentencing Project-Washington,
conducts and synthesizes research on racial disparities in the justice system,
public opinion about punishment, and the scope of reform efforts. Her report,
“Race and Punishment: Racial Perceptions of Crime and Support for Punitive Policies,”
was featured in outlets including the New York Times and WNYC’s On
the Media. She also has co-authored “Can We Wait 88 Years to End Mass
Incarceration?” and “Fewer Prisoners, Less Crime: A Tale of Three States.” Her
current projects underscore the need for reforming severe sentences. Dr.
Ghandnoosh earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics at the University of
Pennsylvania and a Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of California, Los
you would like to attend only this presentation on April 2 at 9-10am, the cost
is $10. This
is available to the first 50 people who register for this talk. Registration to
does not permit you to attend other activities at the conference.
The 10-Point Coalition: Assessing and Mobilizing the Community to Address and Prevent Violence
Featuring: Reverend Charles R. Harrison. Senior Pastor, Barnes United Methodist Church
Rev. Charles R. Harrison is the senior pastor of Barnes United Methodist Church and has been in the ministry for twenty years. He graduated from Indiana University, where he earned a degree in Religious Studies and attended Methodist Theological School, where he received his Masters of Divinity.
Rev. Harrison has been actively involved in community affairs. In 1986, he was an intricate part in the hiring of the first Afro-American police officer and two firemen for the city of New Castle. He currently is the President of the Board of Directors for Indianapolis Ten Point Coalition and he is a chaplain for the Indiana State Police. He is currently a member of the following Board of Directors: Metro Ministry, Board of Ordain Ministry of the South Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church and the District Board of Ordain Ministry Indianapolis West District. He is also a member of the Ministers on the Move. Rev. Harrison was also a member of the following Board of Directors: Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center and Mapleton Fall Creek Neighborhood Association.
His awards and recognitions include: Ecumenical Service Award, Denman Evangelism Award (South Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church), Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drum Major Award, Sagamore of the Wabash, The Distinguished Hoosier Award, Howard Thurman Preaching Award, Circle City Frontier Drum Major Award in Religion, and the Distinguished Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award.
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