In New York City and Chicago, entrepreneurs are finding ways to engage youth seeking better engagement with media, while also assisting them in navigating complex judicial systems and creating social change. Join Tara Conley, founder of Hashtag Feminism,as she discusses her efforts to engage thousands of youth in the City of New York judicial system using peer panels, community outreach and SMS. You'll also hear from Chris Rudd about developing Expunge.io, an app to support youth in Chicago in expunging their criminal records.
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— This session will have recorded audio
Tara L. Conley - Founder, MEDIA MAKE CHANGE
@taralconley | http://taralconley.org
Christopher Rudd - Juvenile Justice Council Director, Mikva Challenge
@powere2e | http://www.mikvachallenge.org