on Individuals, Families, and Communities
Presented by Attorney Daniel Bowes
Saturday, March 26, 2016
2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Trinity Episcopal Church
In this training, Attorney Bowes will explore the legion of civil disabilities triggered by criminal convictions and the destructive impact of these "collateral consequences" on individuals, families, and communities, including the disproportionate impact on individuals and communities of color. Potential policy reforms and advocacy efforts will also be discussed.
Attorney Bowes is a graduate of Duke University and the New York University School of Law. He previously served as supervising attorney of Legal Aid of North Carolina’s Second Chance Employment and Housing Project. Attorney Bowes serves as vice-chair of Our Children’s Place, a nonprofit agency committed to the well-being of the 30,000 children in North Carolina with an incarcerated parent.
We look forward to seeing you at this third event we’ve hosted over the past year here at Trinity as we continue to pursue a conversation on racial equality, justice and reconciliation here in our community and beyond!