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  • THE QUESTION
  • What does justice look like for the most vulnerable people in our society?

What does justice look like for the most vulnerable people in our society?

Chelsea Fuller, Senior Communication Associate for Youth Criminalization for the Advancement Project and WVU alumnus, addresses three main themes from Bryan Stevenson's impactful book, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption.  Fuller is focused on the issues of race, justice, and punishment.  
Chelsea Fuller
Chelsea Fuller, Senior Communication Associate for Youth Criminalization for the Advancement Project

Chelsea Fuller asks us to think critically about our criminal justice and mass incarceration systems and the people spending their lives in prison on death row and those being executed.  What role does systemic oppression play in this? What is justice? And what does justice really look like for the most vulnerable people in society?  Who actually gets justice, mercy and forgiveness?

The blog is open for comments and we'd love to learn more from the audience, especially those familiar with WVU's Campus Read of Bryan Stevenson's book, Just Mercy.   Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with all of THE QUESTION's many exciting questions and events: https://www.facebook.com/wvuthequestion/

To learn more about Chelsea Fuller's ideas and her work, please watch her full Campus Read presentation:

 

  • THE QUESTION
  • What does justice look like for the most vulnerable people in our society?

What does justice look like for the most vulnerable people in our society?

Chelsea Fuller, Senior Communication Associate for Youth Criminalization for the Advancement Project and WVU alumnus, addresses three main themes from Bryan Stevenson's impactful book, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption.  Fuller is focused on the issues of race, justice, and punishment.  
Chelsea Fuller
Chelsea Fuller, Senior Communication Associate for Youth Criminalization for the Advancement Project

Chelsea Fuller asks us to think critically about our criminal justice and mass incarceration systems and the people spending their lives in prison on death row and those being executed.  What role does systemic oppression play in this? What is justice? And what does justice really look like for the most vulnerable people in society?  Who actually gets justice, mercy and forgiveness?

The blog is open for comments and we'd love to learn more from the audience, especially those familiar with WVU's Campus Read of Bryan Stevenson's book, Just Mercy.   Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with all of THE QUESTION's many exciting questions and events: https://www.facebook.com/wvuthequestion/

To learn more about Chelsea Fuller's ideas and her work, please watch her full Campus Read presentation: