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Alice P. Green

Executive Director

Center for Law and Justice Inc

HQ Phone:  (518) 427-8361

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Center for Law and Justice Inc

2 Washington Ave. Ext.

Albany, New York,12205

United States

Company Description

The Center for Law and Justice was founded by Dr. Alice Green in 1985. For the past 25 years, the Center has been serving the low-income and disadvantaged communities of New York through education and advocacy. The Center for Law and Justice envisions a peac... more

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Board of Directors – It Could Happen 2 You

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Staff

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Dr. Alice P. Green, Executive Director

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Dr. Alice P. Green, Executive Director
Dr. Alice P. Green, Executive Director Home > About Us > Dr. Alice P. Green, Executive Director Dr. Alice Green is the Executive Director of the Center for Law and Justice, a civil rights organization she founded in 1985. She has a doctorate in criminal justice and advanced degrees in education, social work, and criminology. The Center provides community education in civil and criminal justice, legal guidance and advocacy, crisis intervention, and community planning and organizing around criminal justice, civil rights and civil liberties issues of particular concern to poor communities and those of color. In 1985, Governor Cuomo appointed Dr. Green to membership on the Citizens Policy and Complaint Review Council of the New York State Commission of Corrections. A year later, with Senate approval, he appointed her to the position of Deputy Commissioner of the New York State Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives. She was put in charge of strategic planning, policy, and information. After leaving state service, she became Legislative Director for the New York Civil Liberties Union where she had served as Director of their Albany Office in 1982. Alice Green, an adjunct professor at the University at Albany, has also taught at Russell Sage and Siena College. She began her career as a secondary school teacher and social worker. For many years, she directed Trinity Institution, a youth and family services center in Albany's South End. While there, she also did community organizing and founded the South End Scene, one of the longest published Black newspapers in Albany. Dr. Green writes and lectures on racism and criminal justice and often does commentary and analysis for a number of newspapers and television and radio programs. An active participant in her community, in 1998 Dr. Green was the Green Party candidate for Lt. Governor and its Albany mayoral candidate in 2005. She is a member of the Client Advisory Board of the New York State Defenders Association, Help Wanted Advisory Panel, WMHT, the Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King Lecture Series Board, Board of Senior Hope and the Advisory Board of the Capital District Chapter of the NYCLU. She is a founder and board member of the African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region. For over 20 years she worked as a prison volunteer. In recognition for her work, Dr. Green has received numerous awards that include:


Endorsements For Howie Hawkins

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Dr. Alice Green
Ran for Mayor in 2005 in the city of Albany and received 28%, and is currently Executive Director of the Center for Law and Justice. Dr. Green earned her Ph. D. from the School of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany. She founded a community non -profit, the Center for Law and Justice in 1985. The Center is dedicated to providing legal assistance and criminal justice advocacy, and change social policy and empower poor people and people of color. Dr. Green is currently the Executive Director of The Center for Law and Justice . Dr. Green was the Legislative Director for the New York Civil Liberties Union, and appointed by Governor Mario Cuomo to the Citizens Policy and Complaint Review Council of the NYS Commission on Corrections in 1985. From 1975 through 1979, Dr. Green served as the Executive Director of Trinity Institution, a youth and family services center in Albany's South End neighborhood. She also founded the South End Scene in 1977, one of the longest-running African American newspapers in Albany. In 1998, Dr. Green was running mate to Al "Grandpa" Lewis on the Green Party ticket for Lieutenant Governor of New York State. Alice on the ticket helped the Greens achieve ballot status with over 50,000 votes.


The Annual Report 2001

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Alice P. Green, Ph.D., Executive Director STAFF At noon, guided by Dr. Alice Green, the group led the state-sponsored march to the Martin Luther King Memorial in Lincoln Park where speakers called for reform of criminal justice policies based on the restoration of the victim, the offender, and the community. The Center staff reviewed these documents and prepared a number of recommendations which were presented to the Board by Dr. Alice Green. In January, Dr. Green participated in a press conference with Senators Thomas Duane and Velmanette Montgomery to announce the release of a report by the New York State Senate Democratic Task Force on Criminal Justice Reform. Dr. Alice Green was one of many community leaders and legal professionals who testified at two public hearings held by Assembly Standing Committee on Correction to examine the practices of the New York State Parole Board. Dr. Green and others raised a number of concerns including the significant decrease in parole release rates since 1994, the arbitrary and capricious nature of parole denials, and the unregulated discretion that the Parole Board currently enjoys. In addition, the Center staff has given interviews to local media and published articles about parole reform. During the year Dr. Green spent significant time educating various community groups, agencies, the media and others about issues that will shape the future of the criminal justice system. These included:


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