Town Hall Meeting: Michigan Deserves a “Second Look”

A Second Look at long term imprisonment; lengthy prison terms; and life without the possibility of parole. The goal of Second Look is to ensure that individuals are not spending their entire lives behind bars, and to provide an opportunity for rehabilitation and reintegration into society.

For more information: Aldeana Goodspeed (313) 971-9687 or Keturah Warlick (313) 575-1496

Town Hall Meeting: Michigan Deserves a "Second Look"


June 16, 2023    
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm


Mack Alive
3746 Fischer Street, Detroit, MI, 48207

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One response to “Town Hall Meeting: Michigan Deserves a “Second Look””

  1. Anitra Pressley Avatar
    Anitra Pressley

    To whom it may concern,
    My son Christopher James , is serving life sentence without possibility parole. He has been incarcerated since age 22 or 23 years old. He’s 44 years old now. He was wrongly sentenced for aiding and abetting. He’s been kept up north that so far for family visits at Kinross facility. I have tried seeing help. I don’t think our young black men are getting fair trials with these all white jurors and segregated justice system. I am unable to attend today’s meeting but I plan to try my best to come. Please share some guidance to help me and my son. Thank you so much for the community support.

    Concern Mom,
    Anitra Pressley

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