Fighting the (Q)arceral State
Thank you for your interest in registering for Lambda's Fall Conference, to be held on October 19 and October 20. We look forward to having you in our conversations. All events will be free, and food will be provided for dinner on the 19th and breakfast and lunch on the 20th. We will be unable to accommodate dietary restrictions because of budgetary constraints, but there are multiple restaurants nearby. Please let the Political co-chairs, D Dangaran ( or Anna Nathanson ( know if you have any questions about accessing the conference.

Here is a breakdown of our schedule and our speakers and events:
Friday October 19
5:30pm-7pm: Transgender Rights, Crimmigration and Criminal Justice Reform
Taylor Brown from Lambda Legal, Nakay Flotte, Jasmine Infiniti, and Mik Kinkead from SRLP
7pm-8:30pm: Dinner and Screening of "Criminal Queers"
8:30-8:45/9pm: Follow-up Questions
9pm-10pm: Refreshments (beer and wine included) and dancing, with Jasmine Infiniti doing a DJ set

Saturday October 20
9:30 - 10:00: Breakfast and Check In
10:00 - 11:30: How Queer and Feminist Politics can Exacerbate the Carceral State
Paul Butler, Alex Chen from NCLR, Aya Gruber, Ashe McGovern
11:30 - 12:00: Lunch Break
12:00 - 1:30: Alternatives to Calling the Police Workshops led by Timothy Rose of the People's Response Team in Chicago, Karlene Griffiths Sekou of Black Lives Matter Boston, NLG.
1:30 - 3:00: panel 3 - Practical Panel: What can we do about the disproportionate contact LGBTQ people have with the criminal justice system?
Kelly Lou Densmore from TGI Justice, Chrysanthemum Desir from FreeState Justice, Dean Spade, Zsea Bowmani
3:00 - 3:15: Snack Break
3:15 - 5:00: Prison Industrial Complex Divestment
Featuring talks by Bianca Tyler of the Urban Justice Center, Dominique Morgan of Black and Pink, and Janelle Fouche of Harvard Investments in Prisons
5:00 - 7:00p: Pizza and networking

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