Addressing the Lack of Emergency Preparedness in the Criminal Legal System
Until the United States abolishes prisons, incarcerated people have the right to be safe in the event of man-made or natural disasters. We must mandate comprehensive solutions to protect their lives. No one deserves to die behind bars.
Special Thank You to Our Subject Matter Experts!
Frederick L. Altice, M.D., M.A.
Professor of Medicine and Public Health
Howard P. Forman, M.D., M.B.A.
Professor of Public Health, Yale University
Dr. Tim G. Frazier
Faculty Director and Professor, Emergency and Disaster Management ProgramGeorgetown University
Dr. Melissa A. Surette (Savilonis)
Adjunct professor and emergency management professional studying the effects emergencies and disasters have on prison systems in the United States.
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Field Organizer, ACLU of Kentucky
South Carolina Statewide Organizer, JustLeadershipUSA
Philadelphia Campaign Coordinator, JustLeadershipUSA
JLUSA Director of Outreach and Alumni Engagement
Community Organizer, College & Community Fellowship
Saad M. Soliman
Executive Director, Peace By Piece Inc.
Director of HIV Prevention and Education at Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association (Four A’s)