Zaki Smith Unveils Second #EndPerpetualPunishment Mural in Canarsie, Brooklyn – Next100
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Zaki Smith Unveils Second #EndPerpetualPunishment Mural in Canarsie, Brooklyn

The mural, displayed at 104th Street and Glenwood Road in Brooklyn, is part of the #EndPerpetualPunishment campaign and calls attention to the collateral consequences of criminal convictions.

Next100 policy entrepreneur Zaki Smith unveiled the second mural in the #EndPerpetualPunishment campaign in the Canarsie neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, on Saturday, September 12. The unveiling, which featured local elected officials and activists, drew a crowd of dozens of community members and received coverage from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Kings County Politics, Spectrum News NY1, and News 12 Brooklyn. Check out the clips from NY1 and News 12 below.

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Portrait of Michael Zaki Smith, he has closely cut hair, and a short beard.
Michael “Zaki” Smith Criminal Justice

Michael “Zaki” Smith is an entrepreneur and activist with more than fifteen years of experience in youth empowerment and social justice. At Next100, his work focuses on dismantling the collateral consequences of incarceration, policies that have impacted him personally as a formerly incarcerated individual.

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