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The Impact of Mass Incarceration on Families & Communities

NYC REGIONAL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION The first of our upcoming six regional conferences will be April 13th -14th in NYC, at the Unitarian Church of All Souls located at 1157 Lexington Avenue, corner of E. 80th Street. Registration is now open! We

HEAR & NOW: An Interactive Oral History Exhibit

HEAR & NOW is a multimedia pop-up presenting the fieldwork of scholars who are also activists, researchers who are also storytellers, oral historians who are also community members. The exhibit will include work by *Valerie Fendt, oral historian and volunteer with the

From The Inside Out: Artist Talk and Project Launch Exhibition

Isaac Scott, Artist Talk Wednesday, April 11, 4-5 p.m. Marple Campus | Small Auditorium Reception to follow in the Art Gallery (Rm. 2305) Learn more at: https://www.dccc.edu/campus-life/arts/art-lecture-series   FROM THE INSIDE OUT Project Scope: Changing perceptions about people in prison

We are Witnesses: Screening and Panel event

The American criminal justice system consists of 2.2 million people behind bars, plus tens of millions of family members, corrections and police officers, parolees, victims of crime, judges, prosecutors and defenders. In We Are Witnesses, we hear their stories. This

HUMANITIES BEHIND BARS

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR INCARCERATED YOUTH ON RIKERS ISLAND March 29, 2018 Humanities New York sits down with Josie Whittlesey of Drama Club and Cameron Rasmussen and Ryan Burvick from the “Beats, Rhymes and Justice” program. They discuss the Action Grant-supported... READ MORE

Introduction to Peacemaking Circles with Kay Pranis

Introduction to Peacemaking Circles with Kay PranisMarch 29th and 30th 9:30am – 4:30pm – Both days are required Teachers College About Peacemaking Circles The Peacemaking Circle training is an opportunity for anyone interested in conflict resolution, community building or restorative