This week’s Project MI meetings, events and other organization programs related to mass incarceration:

This evening Monday, 8/28 6pm, the MI Youth Narrative Committee will hold a committee meeting at 6pm at U of M Law School (1 NorthFront Street) in Room 233.  If you are a member of the Narrative Committee, please check your email for further details.  If you are not on this committee but interested, contact Amelia Cortez.

Also this evening Monday, 8/28 5pm,  the Lynching Sites Project of Memphis will host its August meeting at the First Baptist Church of Memphis.  Dr. Timothy Huebner from Rhodes College will be speaking about Nathan Bedford Forrest’s career as a slave trader in Memphis during the 1850s.

For those in Project MI leadership, including our Administrative, Professional and Outreach teams, we will have our first executive leadership meeting on Tuesday, 8/29 at 6pm at the Law School in Room 230.  Please check email for further details and agenda.

For those on the Youth Summit Planning Committee, there is a call on Wednesday, 8/30 at 2:30pm.  Contact Brittany Williams for further details.

Next week, all please plan to attend our September MI Meet-Up on Tuesday September 5th at 6pm at U of M Law School Wade Auditorium.  We have exciting updates, and upcoming programs, that require community input and action!

Please feel free to drop other events in the comments or email to submit your future event related to mass incarceration for inclusion in our weekly email!

Written by demefrank

mother, womanist, law prof, prison abolitionist. Demetria does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from the viewpoints expressed in this article or post.

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