NYS 2017

The National Youth Summit on Education, Justice and the US Economy: The Leadership Academy offers an opportunity for talented student leaders from cities and rural areas across the United States to work with leading educators and economists to examine the school to prison pipeline, create a model of discipline based on inherent strengths, strive for academic excellence and develop innovative economic strategies not dependent upon the current system of mass incarceration.


The Ethics Project
September 12, 2014

September 12, 2014

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November 9, 2016,
Washington University

A screening of Ava Duvernay's latest documentary, 13th, about race, mass incarceration and the implications of the 13th Amendment of the US Constitution. An open discussion will follow.


Adrienne D. Davis | Vice Provost | William M. Van Cleve Professor of Law, Washington University

Redditt Hudson | Former Police Officer | Chair, Board of Directors, The Ethics Project

Carrie Pettus-Davis | Asst. Professor, Washington University | Director, Concordance Institute for Advancing Social Justice

Jeff Smith | Former Mo State Senator | Director, Public Policy and Community Engagement, Concordance Academy

Moderated by Dr. Christi Griffin & Jade Harrell

Presented by The Ethics Project & RareGem Productions

Hosted by Clark | Fox Family Foundation & The Clark | Fox Policy Forum, Brown School of Social Work, Washington University
Eventbrite - Day One

November 18, 2016
Eliot Chapel - Kirkwood MO

Mother to Mother: A conversation with Black mothers to white about " the talk" with their Black sons.

The inaugural open forum was held in the Lee Auditorium of the Missouri History Museum on Monday evening, September 22nd, 2014. Since that date, over 20 Conversations have been held around the region, and at the National Civil Right Museum in Memphis, TN.

Moderators/Voices: Dr. Christi Griffin, Founder and President of The Ethics Project

The Voices: Black Women from the community, including Carol Daniel of KMOV radio

Responses: Women of the community

Free and open to the adult public. To reserve a seat at any Conversation go to Eventbrite - Mother 2 Mother