Thursday, October 257:00pm to 9:30pm
3801 E Mercer Way
This event is FREE. Please register here to attend.
Lyfts are available for transportation to and from the event location using the following code: CRIMEMOV18 (Only valid to and from the venue from 4:30pm-11:30pm day of the event and will cover up to $30 of transportation costs. If you need additional assistance, contact email@example.com)
Crime After Crime is a Sundance Film Festival documentary that amplifies the stories of women, like Deborah Peagler, who survive domestic abuse only to be re-victimized by the U.S. judicial system. Through the voices of Deborah and her pro bono attorneys, the film shines a light on how public policy, criminal law, and civil law intersect and can escalate the violence and deepen the trauma survivors experience.
6:30 p.m.: Doors Open
7:00 – 9:30 p.m.: Film and Discussion
Joshua Safran, J.D.
Pro Bono Attorney
Tamaso Johnson, J.D.
Public Policy Director
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Martina Kartman, J.D.
Soros Justice Fellow
Public Defender Association
Tracee Parker, Psy.D
Justice for Families Grant Project Manager
Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence
Liz Coleclough, Ph.D, MSW
Director of Project DVORA Domestic Violence Services
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Family Service, Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence, Stroum Jewish Community Center
Congregation Beth Shalom, Herzl-Ner Tamid, Hillel at the University of Washington and Jconnect, Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle and The Cardozo Society, Kavana Cooperative, Seattle Hadassah, Sephardic Bikur Holim, Temple Beth Am, Temple B’nai Torah, Temple De Hirsch Sinai
Questions? Contact Talya Gillman at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 861-8784.