On September 29th, 2018 Omari Amili presented at the University of Puget Sound’s 4th Quadrennial Race & Pedagogy National Conference. His presentation was titled Transforming Society’s Failure and was part of a session titled “Disrupting the Terms of the School-to-Prison Pipeline”.
On October 30th, 2018, Omari was joined by Chanel Rhymes and Maralise Hood Quan as panelist in a breakout session at the 2018 Washington State Partnership Council on Juvenile Justice Conference. Their session was titled “Racial & Ethnic Disparities Reduction: From Vision to Action”.
On November 1st, 2018, Omari presented at the 2018 Washington State Faculty & Staff of Color Conference. His presentation at this conference was titled “Public Institutions & Responsibility: Formerly Incarcerated People in Higher Education”.
On November 15-17th Omari was in Baltimore, Maryland at the Unlock the Box Campaign conference. Omari was joined by leaders across the nation who are working to end the use of solitary confinement. Omari presented on his work with the ACLU of Washington as a Juvenile Justice Researcher.
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