Amber Vlangas is a civil rights activist, survivor, speaker and advocate of reimagining our criminal legal system. Mrs. Vlangas is a graduate student pursuing a degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Law and Public Policy. Her research interests and life-experience center around the impacts of public registration requirements and offender management practices on the reintegration of returning citizens, violence prevention and the safety of our communities. She is a strong believer in the power of human connections and effective storytelling to create positive change.
In 2017, Amber and her family were shattered by the legal system. Amber’s husband was accused of a crime and incarcerated. From that point on, Amber admits that everything she knew about “justice” in America was not as it seemed.
Amber and Jason’s Podcast:
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Important Study: “Life on ‘the List’ is a Life Lived in Fear: Post-Conviction Traumatic Stress in Men Convicted of Sexual Offenses.”
“Helping registrants and their family members move beyond stereotypes and social ostracism.”
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