Don’t miss the premiere of #Next20.
Tune in tune tomorrow to hear from change makers committed to reforming the criminal justice system.
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Welcome to #Next20, our new series of conversations about the top racial, social, environmental, technology and business issues that will define the next 20 years.
Each episode will feature the next generation of leaders and groundbreaking pioneers to explore the inspiration behind their activism and their ideas to build a better future. From this series, we hope to accelerate their calls for change and move the world forward for good.
Episode 1: Criminal Justice Reform
Tune in tomorrow, July 8, at 3 PM ET for the first episode of #Next20 hosted by Marquise Francis, reporter and producer at Yahoo News, as he discusses the criminal justice system with the following guests:
- Adrian Burrell, storyteller, filmmaker and Stanford University MFA Candidate
- Xavier McElrath-Bey, Deputy Executive Director for the Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth, advocating for youth justice and sentencing reform
- Christina Swarns, President and Attorney-in-Charge for the Office of the Appellate Defender and incoming CEO of The Innocence Project.
Tune in tomorrow at 3 PM to listen, learn and find out how you can be part of the change.
Calling all visionaries
If you have a suggested speaker for #Next20, please comment below and help us find the visionaries, dreamers, believers and doers. If they are moving and shaking the world for good, we want to shine a light on their efforts, ideas and inspirations as part of this groundbreaking new series.
This is #Next20—the voices of the future.
#Next20 brings together a diverse group of speakers to share their perspectives and experiences on key societal issues. The thoughts and beliefs expressed by the speakers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the view of Verizon.