On Monday, January 28, The Brooklyn Historical Society will host Petty Crimes and Petty Laws: A Hard Look at the Broken Misdemeanor System, with a panel discussion between Author Alexandra Natapoff, community leader Darryl Herring and Director of Brooklyn Community Bail Fund Peter Goldberg.
Join The Fortune Society's TD Five Boro Bike Tour team on Sunday, May 5th and cycle to help individuals with justice involvement thrive after incarceration.
The third Art of Return will feature art and story from people directly impacted by immigration detention, with special guest Khalil Cumberbatch of The Fortune Society and support from Documented and The Fortune Society.
On November 29, 2018, Manhattan Together member Temple Shaaray Tefila will welcome mental health advocate and New York Times best-selling author Pete Earley, to hear about the personal experiences which came to inspire his book, Crazy: A Father's Search Through America's Mental Health Madness. Pete's book details his journey as both a father fighting for his child and as a journalist, in search of a better way to shut the "revolving door" between hospitals and jails; a door which often eventually leads to tragedy.