Please join us on Wednesday, February 5, for a conversation on reducing the footprint of the criminal justice system while making it fairer, more equitable, and more effective. We will be joined by Ed Chung, Vice President for Criminal Justice Reform at American Progress. Mr. Chung will share his thoughts on policies and legislation around comprehensive public safety strategies, sentencing and prison reform, opportunities for those who are justice-involved, and more.
The Mansion on O Street
2020 O St. NW | Washington, DC
02.05.20 | 6 PM - 8 PM
Cocktails and appetizers
RSVP by 01.31.20 at http://bit.ly/Feb2020SeedsofLearning or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.S. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Elisa Ortiz via email or at 202.347.7973.
Save the Date! Our next Seeds of Learning event will take place on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 6pm. Please stay tuned for more info about our speaker and location in the New Year.
On Tuesday, September 17, Appleseed hosted the fourth installment in our “Seeds of Learning” event series at Teddy & the Bully Bar in downtown DC. We were excited to welcome Meg Wiehe, Deputy Director of the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) to discuss the organization’s recent report, “The Illusion of Race-Neutral Tax Policy.” The report highlights how tax policy is both a symptom and an instrument of systemic racism.
On Wednesday, April 10, Appleseed hosted its third "Seeds of Learning" event at the Festival Center in DC. We were excited to welcome Kriston McIntosh and Jay Shambaugh from the Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project, as well as moderator Rebecca Gould from Nebraska Appleseed, to discuss using evidence-based policy proposals and analysis to promote broad economic growth.
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Seeds of Learning Series
Please join us on April 10, 2019 for an open conversation on how to most effectively deploy research to advance state and local policy change with Kriston McIntosh and Jay Shambaugh of the Brookings Institution’s Hamilton Project. The Hamilton Project produces evidence-based policy proposals and analyses to promote broad economic growth that benefits more Americans. The conversation will be moderated by Nebraska Appleseed Executive Director Becky Gould and we will be joined by Board members and Center staff from around the Appleseed Network.
On February 27th, 2019, the Appleseed Network held their second Seeds of Learning Event at Teddy & the Bully Bar for a conversation with former DOJ Office for Access to Justice head, Maha Jweied on access to justice. Read more about the event below.
Appleseed has focused on access to justice for 25 years. Protecting judicial integrity, improving the operation and structure of courts, and offering resources to pro se litigants are at the forefront of Appleseed’s work to promote justice. This work is not finished. Join us to learn about the latest developments and discuss new justice initiatives we can support.