Monday, February 27
With each new devastating act of police violence, questions echo through
our homes and communities. How do we stop the murder of Black people at the
hands of law enforcement? How do we prevent Black people from being
arrested, imprisoned and killed for crimes they didn’t commit? What is
being done? And how much longer will it take?
For our next PSEG True
Diversity Film Series event, we invite you to watch Just Mercy and join us
for a panel conversation. A powerful and thought-provoking true story, this
film follows a young lawyer (Michael B. Jordan) and his history-making
battle to exonerate a man who has been wrongfully sentenced to death (Jamie
Foxx). Our panelists will discuss the issues raised by the film and provide
insight into the work happening right now to transform our unjust legal
- Register here.
- You’ll receive a link to watch Just Mercy for free
at home on your own schedule.
- Join us for a virtual panel discussion at 7PM on
panel will be moderated by Amol
Sinha, Executive Director of the ACLU of New Jersey
Rev. Dr. Charles Boyer,
Founder of Salvation and Social Justice
COO of Youth Function Over Form and a longtime criminal legal reformer
Civil Rights Litigator and Partner with law firm Hamilton Clarke
Deputy Policy Director of the ACLU-NJ