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Dr. Alice P. Green

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Center for Law and Justice Inc

Pine West Plaza Building 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 ... more

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Background Information


Founder and Board Member
African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region Inc

Member of the Client Advisory Board
New York State Defenders Association

South End Scene

Century Funeral Home


National Institute of Corrections

BA degree

Ph. D.

School of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany

bachelor's degree

University at Albany

master's degrees

education and social work

master's degrees

education and social work

School of Criminal Justice

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Mr. Charles Touhey and Dr. Alice ... [cached]

Mr. Charles Touhey and Dr. Alice Green are respected advocates in the Capital Region community and beyond.

Dr. Green is an influential civil rights advocate and founder of the Center for Law and Justice. Dr. Green fights for the rights of people in prison and who have criminal records. Her passion and commitment to this work has helped countless people navigate the legal system to help them have a better quality of life.
Mr. Touhey and Dr. Green established this program scholarship because they believe in your ability to bring value to Capital Region companies as long as you have the job/career coaching you need to get prepared for a meaningful position.

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1:45 - 2:45 Slow Mo Riot, WMHT, 1993 with Dr. Alice Green, Janice Mwapaga and Danielle Brutus

Dr. Alice Green was on the panel in 93…and is still doing the work, almost 50 years since the commission - what's changed? Co-sponsored with WMHT.
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. 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 the Distinguished Alumna Award - Rockefeller College, Community Service Award - Albany Chapter NAACP, New York State Bar Association Public Service Medal, a 1994 Victor A. Lord Courage of Conviction Award, Awards from several community churches and prisoner organizations

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Alice Green, the Center for Law and Justice

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Alice Green with the Center For Law and Justice in Albany thinks Chief Cox handled the incident appropriately.

Albany Police Chief Brendan Cox retiring - Times Union [cached]

"I've worked with six or seven chiefs in my day and Cox, I believe, was the best chief for Albany," said Alice Green, a longtime social justice activist in the city.

"Police officers were mainly interested in controlling the inner city and its people," Green said.
Green, who is the executive director of the Center for Law & Justice, said those protests never boiled over to violence in Albany as in other places in part because of the work of Cox and his predecessor, Chief Steven Krokoff.
"He called me - I was out of the country - and said, 'This is what happened,'" Green said in a 2015 interview. "And that's really special, and I think that speaks well of who he is and what his commitment is."
Cox worked with Green to introduce LEAD in Albany.
"He looks at drugs and mental health as a public health issue," instead of solely a criminal justice issue, Green said.
"It is important for officers to realize he or she has bias," Green said. The training has changed "the way officers see people and how they approach them," she said.
"Cox has balanced the needs of his officers with the needs of the community," Green said.

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