Wednesday, March 24, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:30pmLocation:
SPEAKERS: KEASU’C NAPOLEON HILL, WILLIAM ALBERTO GONZALEZ, CEASAR KIRK AVELAR, JOE MARTINEZ. Join us for an afternoon of performance and discussion on experiences of incarceration, re-entry, and the healing power of art. This is part of the series “Collectively Understanding Carcerality and Learning Transformative Justice.”
Presented by Project Rebound and Community Alternatives to 911 and co-sponsored by Africana Studies, American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies, Center for the Study of the Peoples of the Americas, Central American and Transborder Studies, Chicana/o Studies, Civil Discourse & Social Change, College of Humanities, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Communication Studies, Criminology and Justice Studies, Deaf Studies, Diversity and Equity Innovation Grant, Educational Equity Committee, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, Educational Opportunity Program, Gender & Women’s Studies, History, Queer Studies, Office of Student Affairs, Office of the Provost, Revolutionary Scholars, and the University Student Union. Please email at least five business days prior to the event to request ASL interpreters.