From the symposium Sunbelt Prisons and the Carceral State: New Frontiersof State Power, Resistance, and Racial Oppression at Southern Methodist University on Saturday, March 24th, 2012, the Prison Show is proud to present:
Living in the Carceral State: Problems, Possibilities, and Potential Solutions
A plenary roundtable including Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson; civil rights veteran and formerly incarcerated activist Ernest McMillan; formerly incarcerated activist and founder of The Prison Show Ray Hill; long-time civil rights and criminal defense attorney Bill Habern; Director of the Human Rights Program at SMU Rick Halperin; and Legal Director of the ACLU of Texas Lisa Graybill.
The event was organized by Dr. Robert Chase, public historian with the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture at the College of Charleston and Dr. Norwood Andrews, currently visiting professor of history at the Universitry of Dallas.
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