This session of the Building Public Series assembles a panel of speakers with extensive experience and expertise in the practice of teaching and learning in the carceral context. Rebecca Ginsburg, co-founder and Director of the Education Justice Project at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, museum educator Laura Betancur, JIE alum Lisette Oblitas, and Columbia teachers Mia Ruyter and Ivan Calaff will consider the stakes of teaching in prisons in our political and technological present. Moderated by Nick Croggon (Art X Social Justice, Department of Art History, Columbia University).
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