Collateral Consequences: Life After Conviction

Hamline University - Anderson Center

Thursday October 25th 2018 9:00 am –  4:30 pm

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This full-day conference addresses the challenges that individuals face after criminal conviction including access to housing, employment, parenting, and voting rights. Presented by the Hamline Center for Justice and Law and the Minnesota Second Chance Coalition.

Hamline University Anderson Center rooms 111 / 112 (Corner of Snelling and Englewood - on site and street parking available).

Conference check-in begins at 8:30 pm. Catered lunch included in registration fee.

Speakers include:

Medaria Arradondo, Minneapolis Chief of Police

Lee Buckley, Chief Operations Officer, Ujamaa Place

Emily Baxter, Executive Director of We Are All Criminals

John Choi, Ramsey County Attorney

James Cross, Natives Against Heroin

Andrew Freeberg, Ph.D., Workforce Director, Goodwill-Easter Seals

Stevenson Morgan, Ujamaa Place

Rebecca Shlafer, Ph.D., Professor of Adolescent Health, University of MN

Rea Smith, Metropolitan State University

Terrencio Stafford

Sarah Walker, MN Second Chance Coalition

Maria Wilberg, Minnesota Department of Health

Chris Uggen, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology and Law, University of MN

Nick Zerwas, Minnesota Representative - District 30A


9:00: Overview of the collateral consequences of criminal conviction

10:00: Barriers panel - housing, employment, children, voting rights

11:30: Panel of personally impacted individuals

1:00: Table conversations and reflection

1:30: Solutions panel discussion

3:00: Keynote by Emily Baxter of ‘We are All Criminals’

Approved for 6.5 hours of continuing education credit:

Minnesota Board of Social Work

Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education

Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training

Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy


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Hamline University - Anderson Center

774 Snelling Ave, St Paul, MN 55104, USA

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