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  • Public Reading of the first draft of the Incarceration Play Project
    Presented by Wonderlust Productions
    Hosted by Macalester College Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship and Department of Multicultural Life
    Presented at Weyerhaeuser Memorial Chapel
    Sunday, September 29, 4:00 p.m.
  • IRT Reading Groups consisting of Macalester staff and faculty participants will meet in 8 groups to discuss Other: An Asian and Pacific Islander Prisoner’s Anthology, by Eddy Zheng, Terrorizing Latina/o Immigrants: Race, Gender and Immigration Policy, by Anna Sampaio, Our History is the Future: Standing Rock versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance, by Nick Estes, or The New Jim Crow and the documentary, 13th
  • Pop up IRT 2019 T shirt Giveaway with original artwork by Samuel Fleming ’19. Watch for this pop up event on campus!
  • IRT Reflection Groups with student, staff and faculty participants will meet once before the International Roundtable, will attend to IRT sessions together, and will meet once after the IRT to experience and reflect together of the themes and presentations on Incarceration (Un)Interrupted: Reclaiming Bodies, Lands and Communities. Student may fill out this IRT 2019 Reflection Group Registration Google Form to register.
  • Minnesota Solutions Not Suspensions Coalition – end discipline disparities in public school systems
  • Immigrants’ Rights Under Siege and the Road Ahead – 2019 Immigration Law Forum – The Binger Center’s annual forum brings together lawyers and other advocates to learn from each other’s victories and develop tools to continue the struggle to protect human rights, basic dignity, and the rule of law.
  • Penumbra Theater-Pipeline: Is There No Way Out?, October 3-October 26, 2019

Wonderlust Productions-the Incarceration Play project created through a community story circle process

Ricardo Levins Morales Studio-Drawing the Line for Social Justice

MPD 150-working towards a police free Minneapolis

Root and Restore St. Paul-restorative justice and community-based solutions to public safety

Communities United Against Police Brutality-Weekly Meetings every Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
4200 Cedar Ave S, Minneapolis

Women Against Military Madness-Working to dismantle systems of militarism, economic exploitation, and global oppression.

Humanize My Hoodie Movement-founded by Professor Jason Sole and Andre Wright

All Square Restaurant-Building Community + Grilling Up Opportunities for people impacted by the justice system

Children of Incarcerated Caregivers Minnesota-works to enhance the lives of children affected by a parent’s incarceration

American Indian Prison Project-Empowering American Indian political, social, justice, and spiritual systems for detained and incarcerated youth and adults

James H Binger Center for New Americans-legal services for noncitizens

Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota-supporting families and strengthening communities for more than 20 years

Advocates for Human Rights-works to implement international human rights standards, particularly around issues of immigration and asylum.

Volunteers of America

  • Amicus and reentry services-partners with people currently being supervised by the criminal justice system or those with a criminal record and community members to help build successful lives and stronger communities.
  • Avanti-offers a continuum of shelter, evaluation, and residential treatment services for adolescents

Women’s Prison Book Project-provides women and transgender persons in person with free reading materials

Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop-extends Minnesota’s vibrant literary community to incarcerated men and women through high-quality creative writing classes.