Join Rahsaan Hall, Director of Racial Justice for the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, at First Parish Church, Duxbury for a discussion about mass incarceration, criminal law reform, and the power of the prosecutor.
Prior to joining the ACLU of Massachusetts, Hall served as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County where he participated in the Safe Neighborhood Initiative and Senior Trial Units where he prosecuted drug, gang and homicide cases. At the ACLU, Hall uses legislative advocacy, litigation and community engagement to work on issues, including criminal justice reform, that deeply impact communities of color. Most recently, he helped launch "What a Difference a DA Makes," a voter education program highlighting the role of district attorneys in our communities.
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