Symposium on Incarceration

In Honor of Frank M. Snowden Jr. 

February 18, 2020
9:00am – 5:00pm
Live streamed.

The link for the stream will be posted here and on the CHS homepage the day of the event.

Overview

The Center for Hellenic Studies will host a day-long symposium on prison programming and education, families of the incarcerated, and re-entry and public policy.

Tentative Schedule

9:00-9:30 – Welcome

9:30-10:45 – Prison Programming and Education

George Chochos, Georgetown University, PIVOT Program
Emily Allen-Hornblower, Rutgers University, NJ-STEP
Kenneth Morrell, Rhodes College, WTRC-WTSP

11:00-12:30 – Families and Mass Incarceration

Harold Dean Trulear, Howard University, Healing Communities USA
Breea Willingham, SUNY Plattsburgh
Bahiyyah Muhammed, Howard University, Inside/Out Prison Exchange Program
Autumn James, ScholarCHIPS

2:00-3:30 – Reentry and Public Policy

Keesha Middlemass, Howard University
Dominique Morgan, Black & Pink
Stanley Andrisse, Howard University, P2P
David Garlock, New Prison Ministry

3:45-5:00 – Roundtable Discussion