Ideas on Tap: The Collateral Consequences of a Criminal Record
New Hampshire Humanities presents the next program in IDEAS ON TAP, our quarterly series of pint-sized conversations about big ideas. On March 5 we’ll explore the impact of incarceration and sentencing laws in the Granite State. What does it mean to have a criminal record in New Hampshire and does the punishment always fit the crime? Join us for drinks, appetizers, and a lively community conversation in a pub-type setting. $15 per person, includes appetizers and one beverage (beer, wine, or non-alcoholic drink).
Shown left to right:
Devon Chaffee, Executive Director, ACLU-NH
Dr. Kate Gaudet, Associate Director, University Honors Program, UNH
Philip Rondeau, Smart Justice Fellow, ACLU-NH
Sarah E. Warecki, Assistant County Attorney, Hillsborough County Attorney's Office
2019 Ideas on Tap is generously sponsored by
Watch for details on the other upcoming Ideas on Tap events!
Mind the Gap: The Impact of Income Inequality on Democracy
Tuesday, June 4, 5:30-7:30 pm, Portsmouth (location TBD)