Town Hall on Dismantling Racism in the Courts

1.7.21 The Franklin H. Williams Judicial Commission, a permanent commission in the New York State court system tasked with promoting racial and ethnic fairness in the courts, held a recent Town Hall to facilitate dialogue with the goal of “eradicating systemic racism and bias from the state court system, discuss the implementation of the recommendations in Secretary Johnson’s Report, address issues faced by members of the court system and find possible solutions to those issues.” You may watch the Town Hall here.