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LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
733 15TH ST., NW, SUITE 432, WASHINGTON, DC 20005-6020
PHONE: 202-347-3020 FAX: 202-347-2522 EMAIL: LWVDC@AOL.COM
RESERVATION DEADLINE: Friday, April 22nd
PHILLIPS SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
900 WATER ST. SW
Parking: Street parking available. Or, Phillips parking lot,
By Metro: Grn/Yel Line to WATERFRONT METRO STATION
Walk 1 approx. block W on M ST SW. Walk straight on MAINE AVE SW. Walk 1 approx. block W on MAINE AVE SW. Turn left on L ST SW. Walk a short distance SW on L ST SW. Turn right on WATER ST SW. Walk 1 approx. block NW on WATER ST SW. Total walking is 0.37 miles.
BIu/Orq & Grn/Yel Lines to L'ENFANT PLAZA METRO STATION
Walk WEST on MARYLAND AVE SW toward 6TH ST SW. Turn LEFT onto 7TH ST SW. LEFT onto WATER ST SW. Walk 1 approx. block NW on WATER ST SW. Total Walking is .7 miles.
4:45 pm Registration
RESERVATION DEADLINE: Friday, April 22, 2005. Make check payable to LWVDC and send with completed form to LWVDC, 733 15th St., NW, Suite 432, Washington, DC 20005-6020.
BUFFET DINNER MENU
Maryland-style vegetable crab soup, New England Clam chowder, hand-tossed Caesar & garden salads, seasonal fresh fruit, pasta salad, coleslaw & other mixed salads. Seafood jambalaya, red beans & rice, Eastern Shore stew and seafood paella. Baked ham, baked chicken, carved beef & selection of breads. Seafood Newburg, fried fish, fried shrimp, hush puppies, fried clams, mini crab cakes. Steamed snow crab legs, spiced shrimp, clams, mussels and crawfish. Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables, corn on the cob, macaroni and cheese, steamed rice. An assortment of cakes, sliced pies and soft serve ice creme. Soda, tea and coffee.
Vincent N. Schiraldi brings more than 24 years of working with troubled youth and juvenile justice systems to the District of Columbia. In 2002, he founded the Justice Policy Institute (JPI), where he serves as the Executive Director. The JPI conducts research on the impact of mass incarceration and has worked collaboratively on criminal and juvenile justice campaigns in Alabama, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, and Texas.
The JPI grew out of the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ), a private, non-profit criminal/juvenile justice agency dedicated to reducing society's reliance on imprisonment as a solution to social problems, which Mr. Schiraldi founded in 1991. As Executive Director, Mr. Schiraldi supervised all phases of agency operations. Successful projects included juvenile justice programming, continuum of care programming, an alternative sentencing program, the supervised citation release program, and a supportive living program.
Prior to working with the CJCJ, Mr. Schiraldi worked with the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives, both in New York City and San Francisco for nine years. Among its successful programs was the Parole Assistance Project, which developed social service plans for 156 California Department of Corrections parolees.
Mr. Schiraldi is a recognized expert in the field of juvenile justice. He has published numerous papers and articles on the topic, and has spoken before a variety of academic and governmental audiences. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the DC Prisoners Legal Services and served as an advisor on the Washington, DC, Blue Ribbon Commission on Youth Safety and Juvenile Justice Reform in 2001.
Mr. Schiraldi received his Masters in Social Work from New York University, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Psychology from Binghamton University, in Binghamton, NY.
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