The Color of Justice: Promoting Public Trust and Confidence through the Improvement of Workforce Diversity

When:
February 7, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Where:
Salon A (Recording Session)
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The 2015 national survey conducted by the NCSC revealed “deep distrust” of courts within communities of color – consistent with similar findings over the last 30 years. New research on procedural fairness and implicit bias supports a new emphasis on an old idea – the color of the faces seen by the public in their interactions with the court system can positively impact the public’s trust and confidence in the system. Workplace diversity is more important than ever.

Speaker:
James D. Gingerich, Director of the Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts
Materials:
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