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SVSU presents authorized scholar in digital dialogue about mass incarceration


Presentation a part of Black Historical past Month actions  

In honor of Black Historical past Month, Saginaw Valley State College’s Workplace of Variety Applications will current “The New Jim Crow: A Brave Dialog” with creator Michelle Alexander. The digital presentation shall be held on Wednesday, Feb. 16 and seven p.m. To register for this free, public presentation, go to svsu.edu/diversity

Alexander brings audiences profoundly essential and significant insights on the observe of mass incarceration within the U.S. justice system, in addition to an eye-opening dialogue on ending racial caste in America. 

She is the creator of the bestselling guide “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration within the Age of Colorblindness,” during which she exposes systemic racism within the American jail system. 

Alexander is a authorized scholar, social justice advocate, columnist at “The New York Occasions” and visiting professor at Union Theological Seminary in New York Metropolis. She explores the myths surrounding our prison justice system from a racial and moral standpoint and presents options for combating this epidemic. 

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