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Mr. Dorsey E. Nunn

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Executive Director

Phone: (415) ***-**** ext. ***  
Email: d***@***.org
1540 Market St. #490
San Francisco , California 94102
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1978, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children (LSPC) has provided significant leadership in challenging the expansion of the prison industrial complex...   more

Employment History

  • Program Director
  • Executive Director of Legal Services
  • Program Director of Legal Services
  • Executive Director of Legal Services
    All of Us or None
  • Executive Director of Legal Services
    All of Us
  • Executive Director Legal Services

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
  • Co-Founder
  • Co-Founder
    All of Us or None
  • Co-Founder
    All of Us
  • Founder
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Board of Directors | LSPC, 8 July 2015 [cached]
(L-R) Millard Murphy, Naneen Karraker, Harriette Davis, George Galvis, Arthur League, Margaret Littlefield, Marlene Sanchez, Dorsey Nunn.
Dorsey Nunn LSPC Director
LSPC Program Director Dorsey Nunn Honored, 2 Feb 2011 [cached]
LSPC Program Director Dorsey Nunn Honored LSPC Program Director Dorsey Nunn Honored
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The award is a recognition of the dedication and sacrifice with which Dorsey has served his community. He serves on many committees about prison and legal aid issues. In 1993 he was instrumental in establishing Free At Last, a residential treatment program for women and children and a drop in center for addicts and alcoholics in East Palo Alto. The center is close to his heart because it provides help and services to a lot of people and is the perfect way to make amends to his community.
Dorsey was sentenced to life in the California Department of Corrections under the felony murder rule in 1971 at the age of nineteen. He paroled in 1981 and discharged from parole in 1984. He emphasizes that incarceration does not benefit the community. He reflects on all the ways in which he has been able to assist his family and community, ways in which those still incarcerated cannot be of service to their own families communities.
He knows more about prisons than most people. He has studied prison systems and has visited prisons in South Africa, El Salvador and New Zealand. He remarks that the incarceration of large sectors of people of color is thoroughly wasteful, resulting in fractured communities.
Dorsey continues to be motivated by a real love for people and by the recognition that humanity, kindness and goodness reside in every person.
An evening of conversation and ..., 18 June 2015 [cached]
An evening of conversation and inspiration with Dorsey Nunn. The evening is free of charge, and refreshments will be served.
Dorsey Nunn is the Executive Director of Prisoners with Children, of Oakland, CA. He is also the founder of "All of Us or None," a nationally-recognized support and advocacy group of and for formerly- incarcerated people. Dorsey is the man who coined the term "Ban the Box" and who sparked the national movement to end employment discrimination against people with conviction histories.
Dorsey Nunn, Executive ..., 1 Aug 2014 [cached]
Dorsey Nunn, Executive Director, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, Co-Founder, All of Us or None
ban the box | LSPC, 21 May 2015 [cached]
Dorsey Nunn, executive director of Legal Services for Prisoners with Children and co-founder of All of Us or None, alleges that if the federal government is going to spend his tax dollars, then he should have access to everything that they spend his money on. That includes jobs with companies that do business with and for the federal government.
"There are boxes all over the place that exclude me from access to a meaningful life," said Nunn. "'Ban the box' is more than a question of fair chance hiring. I want the full restoration of my civil and human rights and this is just the first step in the process."
Posted innews | TaggedAll of Us or None, ban the box, Dorsey Nunn, Executive Order to Ban the Box
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