Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: Pursuing Criminal Justice Reform. Capitol Conversations is pleased to air the audio from a workshop convened the MLK50 conference hosted by the ERLC and the Gospel Coalition in Memphis, TN. ERLC’s Matt Hawkins moderates a panel on criminal justice reform featuring Ed Copeland, James Kirkwood, Heather Rice-Minus and Julie Warren. Special thanks to Right On Crime, the sponsor of this workshop at MLK50.
- Full archive of MLK50 media. Courtesy: The Gospel Coalition
- Right On Crime
- Memphis Christian Pastors Network
- Prison Fellowship
- Pastor James Kirkwood – Presently Executive Director of the Memphis Christian Pastors Network who has lengthy history as both a pastor and a police officer.
- Ed Copeland is Senior Pastor of New Zion Baptist Church in Rockford, Illinois, and a Council member of The Gospel Coalition.
- Heather Rice-Minus is Vice President of government affairs at Prison Fellowship Ministries.
- Julie Warren is State Director of Tennessee and Kentucky at Right on Crime. Julie’s career includes work in the U.S. Senate, the U.S. DOJ, as a defense litigator, and in the Attorney General’s office if West Virginia.