This presentation is part of the Midwest Culturally Inclusive Convention (MCIC) Sequence hosted by the Division of Campus Local weather on the College of Wisconsin-Platteville. When you’ve got any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Title: The Legacy of Mass Incarceration in Communities of Coloration
Presenters: Moderator, Dr. Jen Collins. Presenter, Dr. Frank King. Presenter, Dr. Annette Kuhlmann. Presenter, Dr. Edina Haslauer.
Abstract: This dialogue will present an understanding of mass incarceration and its results on communities of coloration. We are going to have a look at the historical past of mass incarceration since Emancipation, systemic racism within the creation of the school-to-prison pipeline, in addition to the influence mass incarceration has on households.
Overview of the WTF Is Going On? Race and the Prison Justice System Sequence: The latest George Floyd killing has introduced the problem of racial injustice inside our society to the fore. This sequence will open up an area for the UW-Platteville group to find out about historic, structural, and systemic points associated to race and the felony justice system. Sequence contributors embrace students, consultants, and subject practitioners, every providing deep insights into the problem and offering ideas about what we as a society and as people can do to impact change. The sequence suits inside UW-Platteville’s lengthy custom of growing progressive “beyond-the-classroom” alternatives for pupil studying and serving to the broader group to higher perceive such important moments of social change. The sequence additionally suits throughout the broader democratic custom of working in the direction of a extra simply and egalitarian society for all.