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Racial Justice Townhall: Part IV

About This Webinar

APPA held its first Racial Justice Town Hall meeting in August 2020 followed by sessions in May and August 2021. During these meetings, of sorts, probation and parole leaders spoke frankly about the issue of racism in America, and more specifically about the impact of racial inequities in the justice system. Back by popular demand, the conversation continues in Atlanta. APPA’s Diversity Committee will host this iteration and discuss matters of diversity, equity, and inclusion and how community corrections professionals, the individuals they serve, and the community as a whole is impacted by issues of inequality; then they will present ideas and solutions to minimize the negative impact of racism in our field. Join the session and realize the importance to confront this issue. As always, the goal is to create a better society for all for generations to come!

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: $30.00
Featured Presenters
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Associate Director, CSOSA
Marcus Hodges the immediate past-President of the National Association of Probation Executives, began a trajectory of impressive public service when he joined the Virginia Department of Corrections in 1992. Throughout his career he has worked to promote programs and processes that support the reintegration of released offenders to the community. Experienced in prisons, community corrections, and probation and parole, Hodges joined the National Institute of Corrections as a Correctional Program Specialist with the Community Corrections/Prisons Division. With a primary focus on community corrections, his tenure included work in the areas of transition from prison to community, evidence-based practices in corrections, and pretrial services.
As a Chief Probation and Parole Officer and as a Regional Administrator for the Virginia Department of Corrections, Hodges promoted strategic and innovative risk management, offender programming, and comprehensive and robust processes for reintegration success.
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Assistant Director of Community Corrections, Oregon Department of Corrections
Jeremiah Stromberg is the Assistant Director of the Community Corrections Division for the Oregon Department of Corrections. In this capacity, he governs the funding, legislation, policies, and practices of parole and probation supervision for the state of Oregon. He is also the Chair of the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision.

Prior to this role, he served as the Executive Director and Member of the Oregon Board of Parole. He spent 12 years working for the Multnomah County Department of Community Justice where he oversaw a variety of specialized units.
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