The Museum will be closed on Thursday, November 28th for Thanksgiving.

Race in the Public Dialogue (November)

Understanding Criminal Justice Reform

Khalil G. Muhammad, professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School (The Condemnation of Blackness), Keeonna Harris, Ph.D. Candidate at Arizona State University and PEN America Writing for Justice Fellow, and Michael Curry, Esq., former president of the Boston Branch of the NAACP will lead a conversation on the present state and future of criminal justice reform and mass incarceration in light of the passage by Congress of the federal First Step Act, a fairly comprehensive criminal justice reform bill passed with bipartisan support. Panelists will include a wide range of voices who participate in the public debate on critical issues related to mass incarceration.   

RSVP HERE

Parking:

$5 NEARBY PARKING | ONLY IN APPROVED LOT & APPROVED HOURS

Charles River Plaza Garage

*underground level only

 

209 Cambridge St,

Boston, MA 02114, US

(617) 726-8886

PARK IN UNDERGROUND LEVEL ONLY DURING APPROVED HOURS:

 

weeknight events after 4pm

weekends after 10am

*Enter lot underneath Whole Foods, CVS and Wyndham Hotel.

GET MAAH VALIDATION STAMP:

 

$5 only with MAAH validation* during approved hours; otherwise, normal rates apply (max $48 p/day).

*Bring your green ticket in to the Museum store or the event for validation stamp.

THEN WALK UP TO BOSTON CAMPUS: Walk out of garage, turn left onto Cambridge Street, go one block to Joy Street, turn right and walk up the hill to #46, on the right.

PAY AT BOOTH BEFORE EXITING: After the event, bring the green ticket to the garage attendant in the booth near the entrance to pay before driving to the exit.

46 Joy Street, Boston, MA, USA