Educational Justice: Centering the Voices and Experiences of Incarcerated Individuals
High-quality education in prison has the power to change the lives of those who are incarcerated. Yet all too often, those who are justice-impacted are absent from conversations about the intersectionality of education and criminal justice and what can be done to improve the lives of those who deserve a second chance. On Wednesday, April 24th at 10am, at the Top of the Hill Banquet & Conference Center, join the Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop and The Education Trust for a conversation rooted in the lived experiences— and led by— those who have been personally impacted by incarceration.
Continuing our efforts to promote educational justice by ensuring that all students have access to a high-quality education, we invite you to join the Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop and the Education Trust for a discussion on the conditions of incarceration, and a call to witness the life-changing benefits of a high-quality education in our nation’s prison system.