ANOUTHINH PANGTHONG, OUTREACH ASSOCIATE

Anouthinh Pangthong is the Outreach Associate for Re:store Justice. Having served 22 years of incarceration since the age of 15, Anouthinh is an advocate for the fair and equal treatment of people who come into contact with the criminal justice system. He is passionate about working with the youth population, having served as vice chairman for SQUIRES (youth diversion) at San Quentin. He has proudly served the incarcerated community while incarcerated and now continues to serve his community through Re:store Justice. Anouthinh was born in a refugee camp, raised in Stockton, CA, and now resides in San Francisco.

2 posts by Anouthinh Pangthong

An in depth look a California's felony murder rule, its impact and implications.

An in depth look a California's felony murder rule, its impact and implications.

WE DESERVE a justice system that persistently seeks to defend the principles of fairness & accountability in the name of public safety. Passing SB 1437 will be a major step in that direction. It’s time to restore the lives affected by unjust sentencing practices & stop draining our resources on insensible, ineffective policies. To listen in on the efforts to roll back California's felony murder rule, check out KPBS…

TUNE IN: SB 1437 & R:J LIVE ON NPR's KQED FORUM

TUNE IN: SB 1437 & R:J LIVE ON NPR's KQED FORUM

CLICK HERE FOR THE RECORDED TALK & KQED COVERAGE Re:store Justice's Policy Director, Kate Chatfield, is a guest on KQED FORUM to discuss the felony murder rule and SB 1437. There will be a pro/con discussion of SB 1437 and listeners will be invited to call in. We would like to encourage anyone: who has a personal story to share involving the unfair application of the felony murder rule;…