Join Jane Addams Hull-House Museum in a discussion with DePaul University and Inside-Out Prison Exchange. Speakers will explore the pedagogies and learning methods used in prisons between non-incarcerated and incarcerated participants, exploring potential and limitations, paradoxes and resolutions. This program is presented in support of the exhibition States of Incarceration, on view at Hull-House through August 10. Food Cartered by Inspiratoin Kitchen. RSVP Free.
Multicultural Faculty, The Theatre School at DePaul University
Activist and Organizer
Dominica Kimberley Moe
Philosophy Department and Community Service Studies Program, DePaul University
Former student at Cook County Jail
Kai Perry Parker
Ph.D student in the Department of History at the University of Chicago
Christina Rivers, Ph.D.
Associate Professor or Political Science, DePaul University
John W. Zeigler
Adjunct Faculty Egan Office of Urban Education and Community Partnerships at Steans Center, DePaul University
States of Incarceration is the first national traveling multi-media exhibition and coordinated public dialogue to explore the history and future of mass incarceration in the United States. The exhibition’s visit to Chicago is hosted by Hull-House and the University of Illinois in collaboration with DePaul University and a New School-led coalition of 500 university students and formerly incarcerated individuals from 20 cities to create the traveling exhibition, which launched in New York City in April 2016.