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Palm Beach, FL, November 30, 2016 -- When Piper Kerman was released from prison in 2005, she was driven to reform the criminal justice system through her work on behalf of incarcerated men, women, children and families. 

On her journey, she met Reverend Vivian Nixon, who earned college degrees while in prison, and who shared her commitment to changing an unjust penal system.   On the same path, Bryan Stevenson has spent his entire career as a public interest lawyer fighting poverty, racial discrimination and unjust sentencing of children without parole for non-homicidal crimes in the criminal justice system.

These three dedicated, inspiring individuals will be featured speakers for MorseLife Health System’s upcoming symposium, “And Equal Justice For All:  Battle for Rights in America’s Broken Prison System.”  The presentation, which includes lunch, will be held on Tuesday, January 10th at 12:00 pm at The Mar-a-Lago Club, and will be open to the public for a cost of $250 (with preferred seating and sponsorship levels available).

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