Freedom-Making in an Age of Mass Incarceration

Zoom + Facebook Live Tuesday, Apr 13, 2021 6 – 7:30 pm Eventbrite Registration

Join the Human Rights Lab and White Snake Projects for a panel discussion about what freedom-making means within the deeply carceral context of contemporary America. A Q&A will follow the moderated conversation.

This is the final event in a three-part series. You can view the first two events on our Facebook page

This series is a prelude to Death By Life, a virtual opera presented by White Snake Projects, which explores the intersection of systemic racism and mass incarceration. It also features a virtual art gallery, To Breathe, featuring artwork by currently and formerly incarcerated artists. 

Norris Henderson, Founder and Executive Director, Voice of the Experienced (VOTE)
Toussaint Losier, Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies, UMass-Amherst; editor, Rethinking the American Prison Movement
Erica Meiners, Professor of Education and Women’s and Gender Studies, Northeastern Illinois University; author, For the Children? Protecting Innocence in a Carceral State
Romarilyn Ralston, Program Director, Project Rebound; California Coalition for Women Prisoners
Beth Richie, Professor of Criminology, Law and Justice and African American Studies, University of Illinois-Chicago; author, Arrested Justice: Black Women, Violence, and America’s Prison Nation

Alice Kim, Director of Human Rights Practice, Pozen Center Human Rights Lab