Monthly Archives: April 2013

Bryant Smith: Postcards to Death Row

A few months ago, REACH Coalition collaborated with WUI Collective to create a series of Postcards from Death Row.  Bryant Smith, a student at Watkins College of Art, Design & Film, has responded to this project with his own works … Continue reading

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Rethinking Prisons Conference, May 3-5 at Vanderbilt University, Buttrick Hall

Join us on May 3-5 for the Rethinking Prisons Conference at Vanderbilt University.  The conference brings together over 100 scholars, activists, and practitioners from across the US, as well as Canada and Brazil, to discuss issues raised by prisons and … Continue reading

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Conference Highlight: Videolink Presentation from FCI McKean

The Rethinking Prisons conference at Vanderbilt University is coming up in a few weeks (May 3-5, 2013).  A highlight of the conference will be a videolink presentation from two prisoners at Federal Correctional Institution McKean, in northern Pennsylvania: Talib Shakir … Continue reading

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Maroon the Implacable Book Launch – Photos

On Monday, April 8, Theresa Shoatz and Quincy Saul were joined by representatives of OUR Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt Students of Nonviolence, Worker’s Dignity, and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers for the Nashville launch of Maroon the Implacable: The Collected Writings of … Continue reading

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Book Launch and Roundtable – Maroon the Implacable, Monday April 8 at 5pm, Vanderbilt University

Please join us on Monday, April 8 at 5pm in Vanderbilt’s Furman Hall (room 109) for the Nashville launch of Maroon the Implacable: The Collected Works of Russell Maroon Shoatz. Russell Maroon Shoatz is an activist and scholar who draws … Continue reading

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