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Squandered Resources: Incarceration--It's Consequences, Costs, and Alternatives
 

INCARCERATION, RACE, and SOCIAL CONTROL

Thomas LaVeist, PhD, Director, Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions

Michael Higginbotham, JD, University of Baltimore

Vesla Weaver, PhD, Yale University

USING SCIENCE TO INFORM POLICY

Brain Science and Culpability
Beatriz Luna, PhD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
 
Substance Abuse, Neurodevelopment and Incarceration
Ryan Vandrey, PhD, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Toxic Environments and Criminality
James Garbarino, PhD, Loyola University Chicago
 
Moderator: Paul Rothman, MD, Dean, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

THE IMPACT OF INCARCERATION ON THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH

Incarceration Effects on Children, Youth, and Families
Christopher Wildeman, PhD, Yale University
 
Incarceration as a Driver of HIV/STIs
Jacky Jennings, PhD, Center for Child and Community Health Research, Bloomberg School of Public Health

Human Capital Consequences of Incarceration
Debra Furr-Holden, PhD, Bloomberg School of Public Health

Moderator: Monique Dixon, JD, Open Society Institute
A CHARGE FOR CHANGE

Congressman Elijah Cummings

OVERCOMING ADVERSITY: VOICES OF EX-OFFENDERS

Joe Jones, Center for Urban Families
 
Brother Ellsworth Johnson-Bey, Fraternal Order of X-Offenders

Earl Johnson, Come Home Baltimore

Ted Sutton, Sutton House, Inc.

Moderator: Alfreda Robinson-Dawkins, National Women's Prison Project

INCARCERATION PREVENTION AND AVOIDANCE

The Role of the School
David Andrews, PhD, Dean, Johns Hopkins School of Education
 
The Role of Community Supports
Kathryn Edin, PhD, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Johns Hopkins University

The Role of Parents and Families
Joe Jones, Center for Urban Families

Recidivism Prevention
David Altschuler, PhD,  Johns Hopkins University

Moderator: Hathaway Ferebee, Executive Director, Baltimore's Safe & Sound Campaign

REVERSING THE EPIDEMIC OF INCARCERATION

Ernest Drucker, PhD, Columbia University

Franklin Zimring, JD, Berkeley Law, University of California

Moderator: Deborah Small, Executive Director, Break the Chains

CHANGING POLICIES THAT REDUCE INCARCERATION AND IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR BALTIMORE AND MARYLAND

Nancy La Vigne, PhD, Urban Institute
 
Mark Lipsey, PhD, Vanderbilt University

David Kennedy, John Jay College

Moderator: Tessa Hill, NAACP

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