Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Racism & the Prison State: The Legacy of Slavery and Colonialism in the Rise of Mass Incarceration in the U.S. and Hawai‘i

When: Thursday, April 21, Noon

Where: Sakamaki A-201

Please join us for a panel discussion on racism and mass imprisonment in Hawai‘i and on the continent featuring our own RaeDeen Karasuda, Ellen Barry, a prominent criminal justice advocate and MacArthur fellow from the Bay Area, and Kat Brady, Hawai‘i’s indefatigable prisoner rights champion.

Sponsored by Sociology and American Studies and hosted by History

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