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President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington, D.C., Aug. 25.

What to Know About Our Conversation with President Obama Tomorrow

Join the conversation by submitting your question for President Obama.

President Barack Obama kicks off a new push in criminal justice reform Thursday in a live-streamed conversation with The Marshall Project.

Bill Keller, editor-in-chief of The Marshall Project, will moderate the 2 p.m. event, which also will include two national law enforcement leaders.

The livestream will be available at

On Thursday, The Marshall Project will be in Washington for a conversation with President Obama and law enforcement leaders about criminal justice reform. Bill Keller, TMP’s editor-in-chief, will be moderating the discussion.

We have plenty of questions, but we want to invite you to contribute to the discussion. What would you like to ask the President – or the police chiefs and prosecutors on the front lines – about reforming the American practice of criminal justice? Post your questions on Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #CriminalJusticeReform, or submit your questions for the President through the form below:

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