Video Replay: The Myth of Colorblindness: A Conference on Race and Criminal Justice By Bill Sorem | January 13, 2017 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Criminal Justice Subscribe to Criminal Justice Bill Sorem Jason Williamson – ACLU National Attorney in the Criminal Law Reform Project Minneosta’s ACLU holds a conference addressing the disparities in the criminal justice system. We live in an era of mass incarceration where the United States has the highest rate of imprisonment in the world. The ACLU has brought together both national and local leaders who are pushing for reforms to our system and to learn from them how to best move forward. Conference runs until noon. On demand video replay and list of speakers: Video at top: Keynote: Jason Williamson – ACLU National Attorney in the Criminal Law Reform Project He is later joined by panel Luz Maria Frias, YWCA Minneapolis Vina Kay, Executive Director Voices for Racial Justice Camille Bryant, Henn Co public defender. Additional Speakers in video below: Brad Colbert, Professor Mitchell Hamline School of Law Jeff Martin, NAACP St. Paul Ebony Ruhland, Robina Institute Jason Sole, NAACP Minneapolis Hennepin County Judge Carolina Lamas Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.