“Challenging Our Prison Nation: From Our Schools (and Bathrooms) to Our Streets” with Erica Meiners , Sept. 30

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September 30th
5:30-7:30 pm CAMP 133/Video Conference

Challenging Our Prison Nation: From Our Schools (and Bathrooms) to Our Streets”
Erica Meiners 

Erica Meiners is author of several books including Right to be Hostile: Schools, Prisons and the Making of Public Enemies (2009), For the Children? Protecting Innocence in a Carceral State (forthcoming from University of Minnesota 2016) and articles in wide range academic journals, magazines, blogs and anthologies including Meridians, Social Justice, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Feminist Formations, Captive Genders, and No More Potlucks. She is Bernard J. Brommel Distinguished Research Professor at Northeastern Illinois University, a public urban open access university. Erica co-founded and still teaches at an alternative high school for people exiting prisons and jails and also works with the national organization Critical Resistance.

— Submitted by Kim K. Winter

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