Wed, Feb 27 | Congregation Beth Elohim

Bail is Broken: Ending Cash Bail in New York State

Please join us to discuss the details of bail reform in New York, hear people’s personal experiences with bail, and learn what you can do in the next few months to pass progressive bail legislation.
Registration is Closed
Bail is Broken: Ending Cash Bail in New York State

Time & Location

Feb 27, 2019, 7:00 PM
Congregation Beth Elohim, 274 Garfield Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11215, USA

About the event

There are currently thousands of people in jail in New York City because they can’t afford bail, most of them people of color. Governor Cuomo has proposed ending the inequity of cash bail in New York State. With a Democratic legislature, this has a great chance to be accomplished in this legislative cycle.

Please join us to discuss the details of bail reform in New York, hear people’s personal experiences with bail, and learn what you can do in the next few months to pass progressive bail legislation.

Speakers will include Marvin Mayfield, who was incarcerated at Rikers and now works at The David Rothenberg Center for Public Policy. More TBA.

Admission is free with RSVP.

Co-sponsored by CBE’s Dismantling Racism Team and Racial Justice BK.

https://cbebk.org/adultopportunities/endcashbail/

Share this event