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Announcing the Inaugural HBB Student Club Meeting
and Prisoner Solidarity Letter-Writing Hours!

 

Dear Humanities Behind Bars members and supporters,


We are pleased to announce the first meeting of our newly formed student chapter of Humanities Behind Bars at ODU! The meeting will be held on Monday, April 16th from 5-7 pm in BAL 9002 and will center on a discussion of the introductions to both Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow and Angela Davis's Are Prisons Obsolete?. Following the discussion, we will introduce and commence the Prisoner Solidarity Letter-Writing Hours, modeled after those hosted by Tidewater IWW.

Please share this information and the flyer below with interested ODU students as well as your off-campus comrades, colleagues, and communities! Both the HBB Reading Series and Letter-Writing Hours are open to the public.

If you have any questions about the event, please reach out to Student Justice Coordinator and club president Danielle Goldstein for more information!


Love and abolition,
 

Alison Reed, Program Director & Co-Founder
Casey Guditus, HBB Treasurer

Danielle Goldstein, Student Justice Coordinator
Meghan Morris, Graduate Research Assistant

 

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