State Senator Cynthia Creem who represents Newton, Brookline and parts of Wellesley, will be our honored guest speaker on Tuesday evening, November 22, from 7:00-9:00 pm. Senator Creem has been a long-time champion of criminal justice reform. She has been a strong advocate for thoughtful sentencing — most recently with her opposition to mandatory minimum sentencing for non-violent drug offenders. Creem serves as an Assistant Senate Majority Leader, as well as Chair of the Senate Ethics Committee and was appointed to a task force to work toward consensus on reforming our criminal justice policies with the National Council of State Governments Justice Center. We will meet in the chapel. The public is cordially invited.
Nancy Wrenn, Coordinator
FUUSN Criminal Justice Task Force of the Social Action Committee