ACLU OF HAWAI‘I SHARES RECORDING OF 4/7 WEBINAR ON INCARCERATION DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Following up on the press release sent out on 4/7/2020, the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawai‘i (“ACLU of Hawai‘i”) is sharing a recording of yesterday’s free webinar, which featured public health experts and ACLU of Hawai‘i staff members discussing over-incarceration, racial and socioeconimc inequities affecting health disparities, mental health and civil rights in the time of COVID-19.

For your viewing convenience, please find the timestamps for each speaker in the video below:

  • ACLU of Hawai‘i Executive Director Joshua Wisch: Opening remarks
  • ACLU of Hawai‘i Legal Director Mateo Caballero: 5:43
  • Dr. Seiji Yamada: 16:58
  • Dr. Kealoha Fox: 23:49
  • Dr. Scott Miscovich: 38:30
  • Dr. Jamee Māhealani Miller: 46:24
  • ACLU of Hawai‘i Smart Justice Campaign Director Monica Espitia: 57:30
  • Q&A (all panelists): 1:00:10
  • Closing remarks (all panelists) : 1:26:47

During the webinar, Dr. Scott Miscovich said: “Preparing for this talk, it was very clear to me, I don’t think any of our prisons are adequately set up where they’re going to address safely the concerns that the top experts throughout the world are saying we need to address in a population such as this. We have to take bold action.”

To access a Dropbox upload of the video recording, please click here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/g8h8h6h4cn3h22i/4.7%20COVID-19%20Webinar.mp4?dl=0

 

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