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Criminalizing Survival: An Anti-Carceral Feminism Teach-In [Co-Sponsored Event]

  • Women's Community Center 433 Santa Teresa Street Stanford, CA, 94305 United States (map)

"In many ways you can say that the prison serves as an institution that consolidates the state’s inability and refusal to address the most pressing social problems of this era."

― Angela Y. Davis, Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement

Join the Women's Community Center for their first teach-in of the year!

AAAS Research Fellow, Dr. Jakeya Caruthers will conduct a teach-in using curriculum adapted from “Criminalizing Survival: A Resource of Curricula and Activities by Survived and Punished.” More info at SurvivedandPunished.org

Lunch @ 12:15: RSVP here!

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We welcome everyone, regardless of identity or level of previous engagement with material. Please reach out to ggramson@stanford.edu with questions, concerns, and comments! 

Earlier Event: November 1
Real Talk
Later Event: November 1
AAAS Night at A Raisin in the Sun