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NASHVILLE, TN – Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Tennessee (AFPF-TN) announced today it is hosting a criminal justice reform event with the American Civil Liberties Union and the Tennessee Coalition for Sensible Justice.
The event, Re-entry: Restoring Rights and Rebuilding Lives, aims to educate Tennesseans on the barriers our neighbors and family members as they work to rejoin our communities. The event will also explore how legislative solutions – including driver’s license restoration, occupational licensing reform, and voting rights restoration – can help people rebuild their lives and create stronger communities.
AFPF-Tennessee State Director Tori Venable issued the following statement:
“Tennessee has made huge strides to breaking down barriers by reforming our criminal justice system. We’re working to spread the word about the benefits a smart-on-crime, soft on taxpayer approach to criminal justice has on our communities and state. Partnering with groups like the ACLU and the Tennessee Coalition for Sensible Justice enables us to reach even more people and empower them with the information and tools they need to help continue the progress we’ve made on this important issue.”
What: Re-entry: Restoring Rights and Rebuilding Lives
Who: Americans for Prosperity-Tennessee, the ACLU, and the Tennessee Coalition for Sensible Justice
When: November 7, 2019
6:00PM – 7:30PM
Where: Patterson Park Community Center
521 Mercury Bvld, Murfreesboro, TN 37130
All media are invited to attend. Please RSVP with Kevin Brinegar at firstname.lastname@example.org.