Envisioning Equity Part III: Reimagining Our Criminal Legal System

 

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The Envisioning Equity Series:

Fall 2020 – MassBudget hosted a series of community conversations examining how our state budget can help build economic and racial justice in Massachusetts. The three sessions looked at K-12 education (Sept 22), housing (Oct 6) and the criminal legal system (Oct 20).

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