What is justice? What is freedom? Who decides?
This half-day event will explore these questions and the intersections of policy and institutionalized racism through the film "13th." The film will be screened in two segments, followed by dialogue and storytelling to deepen our understanding of how the 13th amendment and U.S. history play a role in perpetuating systemic oppression.
1. Participants will learn about the historical context of the 13th amendment.2. We will explore the impact of the 13th amendment on modern society’s view on criminality.3. Participants will walk away with a deeper understanding of the interplay between institutionalized racism and policy.
Facilitators: Lylianna Allala and Vivian Brannock
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