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Containment and the Carceral State

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University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Hatcher Library Gallery

Roundtable panelists: 
-Asia Johnson, Bail Disruptor, The Bail Project and Detroit Justice Center
-Gift Chowchevech, Therapist, Healing & Wellness Arts

-Pete Letkemann, Chair, Family Advisory Board to MDOC

-Tania Morris Diaz, Staff Attorney, Michigan Immigrant Rights Center

-Cozine Welch, Managing Editor, The Michigan Review of Prisoner Creative Writing

-Heather Ann Thompson (chair), U-M DAAS, History, and RC.

To register for this event and all upcoming events in the 2018-19 symposium series, visit Registration is free and open to the public. Please mark your calendars for upcoming events on February 13th, March 13th, and April 10th! 

The U-M Carceral State project is an interdisciplinary collaboration that brings together faculty, students, staff, and community members to examine, research, and advocate on issues related to mass incarceration, policing, immigration detention, and criminal justice. For more information about the Project, visit