Life or Death, Freedom or Prison: Domestic Violence Truths & Consequences
An Evening with Marissa Alexander
Monday, Oct 8, 2018, 6pm-8:30pm
2320 N Kenmore Ave.
DePaul, Lincoln Park Campus
Schmitt Academic Center 161
Social justice and human rights advocate Marissa Alexander is one of the most recognizable and referenced sources for insight on domestic violence, criminalization of survivors, minimum mandatory sentencing, and disparities in criminal legal system. Join Marissa for a powerful conversation about surviving state and interpersonal violence.
Hosted by Love & Protect, the DePaul Women’s Center, Mothers United Against Violence and Incarceration
Co-sponsored by African and Black Diaspora Studies, Center for Black Diaspora, Critical Ethnic Studies, Latin American/Latino Studies, Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, and UIC’s Department of Criminology, Law, and Justice