The Zeta Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma of the National Criminal Justice Honor Society Hosts a Forum on Criminal Justice Reform
On Monday, April 4, 2022, the Zeta Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma (the National Criminal Justice Honor Society) hosted a forum on criminal justice reform. Aptly titled “A Better Path Forward,” the forum brought together experts on criminal justice reform to discuss various aspects of social justice within the criminal justice system and how change can be achieved. The panel of experts included Dr. Jonathan Glenn (Associate Director of the Juvenile Justice Institute), Mr. Todd Ishee (Commissioner of North Carolina Prisons), Mr. Brian Koehn (founder and president of Social Profit Corrections), Mr. Dondree’ Yates (community activist), and Attorney Antoan Whidbee (founder of the Law Office of Antoan Whidbee).
University President Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail gave a warm and powerful welcome, followed by statements from Ms. Nysja Bradford and Mr. Kevin Brown. Ms. Morgan Penny served as the moderator, and Ms. Nikya Yates closed the program.