September 30, 9am
Location: Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, 2nd floor, Skidmore College
To sign up for storytelling and/or to participate in the dialogue, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Free and open to the public
Work alongside community members on Saturday, September 30, 9:00 am, to collaborate on creative strategies to strengthen communities while improving our criminal justice system.
Hear from storytellers who have been personally impacted by mass incarceration, and are interested in rehabilitation. Following the stories, audience members will be invited to participate in an interactive design process where community leaders work alongside community members. Through facilitated dialogue, we will form connections to create healing, strengthen community, and increase civic engagement.
This event is free and open to the public. To sign up for storytelling and/or to participate in the dialogue, please RSVP to email@example.com.
States of Incarceration is organized for the Tang Teaching Museum by Rachel Seligman, Assistant Director for Curatorial Affairs, Tang Teaching Museum, and Eric Morser, Associate Professor of History, Skidmore College with Skidmore College students from the course “Adventures in Public History: The Prison Project.” The exhibition is supported by National Endowment for the Humanities, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and at Skidmore College by Project VIS, the John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative, and the Skidmore College History Department. For a complete list of public programs, visit the States of Incarceration exhibition page.