The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Special Committee on Race and Social Justice
and the Elizabeth D. Rockwell Center on Ethics and Leadership at the Hobby School of Public Affairs
cordially invite you to attend the
4th Race and Social Justice Panel Discussion
Race and Mass Incarceration
Date: Thursday, January 28, 2021
Time: 3:30 - 5 p.m.
Location: Online Live Stream
Talitha LeFlouria is the Lisa Smith Discovery Associate Professor of African and African-American Studies at the University of Virginia. She is a nationally-recognized historian and a leading expert on Black women and mass incarceration.
Keisha-Khan Y. Perry is an associate professor of Africana studies at Brown University. Dr. Perry is a feminist anthropologist and political activist. Her research focuses on urban social movements against the violence of forced displacement.
Naomi Mitchell Carrier, M.Ed. is a consummate educator, historian, performing artist and author with a background in Black music, Texas history and heritage tourism. As executive director for the Convict Leasing and Labor Project, she wrote 25 stories to memorialize the Sugar Land 95. Carrier’s research has resulted in two pieces of legislation.
James Forman Jr. is J. Skelly Wright Professor of Law at Yale Law School. Professor Forman teaches and writes in the areas of criminal procedure and criminal law policy, constitutional law, juvenile justice, and education law and policy. His particular interests are schools, prisons and police, and those institutions’ race and class dimensions.
Daniel P. O’Connor, Ph.D.
Interim Dean of the
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and Professor, Health and Human Performance
For additional information, contact:
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