March 3, 2021
From Anarchist Black Cross Federation
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There are 2.3 million people in U.S. prisons and jails, and 67% of those are people of color. Many are there as a result of widespread prosecutorial misconduct.
Episode 26 is the first of a two-part webinar examining this issue. Joining us is Curtis Flowers, a Black man from Mississippi who spent 23 years fighting for his freedom because of a racist prosecution. His disturbing story was covered in depth in season 2 of the popular podcast, “In the Dark.”

Joining him will be Alan Bean, Executive Director of Friends of Justice, which advocated to free Flowers for more than 12 years.

Finally, Jeffrey Deskovic, another exoneree, attorney, and founder of the Deskovic Foundation will speak about efforts to end prosecutorial misconduct and how to get involved.

Moderated by CCF Chair of the BOD Steve Downs. Register on Zoom http://bit.ly/curtisflowers or watch live on Facebook on Friday, March 5, at 2:30 PM EST at http://www.facebook.com/civilfreedoms/live




Source: Abcf.net