Upcoming Events

Mass Incarceration is a Feminist Struggle: Voices of Formerly Incarcerated Women

Virtual

1.2 million women are under correctional supervision in the United States, yet the narrative of mass incarceration often ignores the gendered aspects of punishment.

This panel centers on the voices and experiences of incarcerated women and their work to build communities free of mass incarceration. As society pushes for an end to mass incarceration, how will the legacy of abolition work be preserved? What do we want a future society to remember about the abolitionist efforts of today?

Mass Incarceration is a Feminist Struggle: Voices of Formerly Incarcerated Women

Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America

1.2 million women are under correctional supervision in the United States, yet the narrative of mass incarceration often ignores the gendered aspects of punishment.

This panel centers on the voices and experiences of incarcerated women and their work to build communities free of mass incarceration. As society pushes for an end to mass incarceration, what do we wantRead More

i-BSHS Seminar: ​Addressing racial trauma in substance use treatment for Black adults

Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences & C.V. Starr Foundation

The Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences is pleased to bring the i-BSHS (Innovations in Behavioral and Social Health Sciences) Seminar Series to the Brown University School of Public Health. The i-BSHS lecture series fosters collaborative discussion on innovative behavioral and social science-based approaches to improving population health.The first guest speakerRead More