WEST LECTURE HALL, FPH
This event starts at 5:30pm.
This event is organized by : Childhood, Youth and Learning Program, Critical Social Inquiry, CPSC, Queer Studies, The Law Program, Africana Studies, Hampshire Students Against Mass Incarceration, & Decolonize Media Collective
Once again, I’ll be tabling at the Feminist Zine Fest. You can pick up a copy of the latest issues of the zine Tenacious: Art & Writings by Women in Prison as well as copies of my books.
Saturday, March 7th, 12 to 6 pm
Barnard College: 3009 Broadway, NYC
Thursday, March 5th, 6 to 8 pm
515 Malcolm X Blvd
The event is free and open to the public.
The worlds we create in books, whether historical, contemporary or fantasy, inform our notions of ourselves and our possibilities. Yet fewer than 10% of the books published for children and young adults in recent years featured main characters of color. Fewer still were written by authors of color.
Join us for a panel discussion about race in children’s and young adult books. How are characters of color written about in children’s fiction today? Which books represent communities of color accurately, and which do not?
Why Are Women In Prison?: The Politics of Risk
Saturday, May 31, 12 to 2 pm, Room 1.76
In discussions about prison reform and decarceration, how does the concept of "risk" influence who goes to prison and for how long?
What's gender got to do with policing and prison? Did you know that the number of women in prison is increasing at nearly double the rate for men? What does this mean?
The panelists will share personal stories and discuss their work experience, focusing on current local and national campaigns.
I'll also be doing a short reading from Tenacious between short reading from 2:50 to 3 pm.
Saturday, March 1st, 1 to 6 pm
NYC Feminist Zinefest
(4th floor, Barnard Hall)
Sunday, December 15, 4:30 to 8 PM
at Billie's Black Restaurant and Lounge