The rest of the symposium will be on Saturday, Nov. 7, starting at 9 am with a keynote with the incomparable Jamala Rogers (author of Ferguson is America) in the Pyle Center on UW’s Campus.
Panels throughout the day will be on the following themes:
1. Incarceration and State Violence
3. Ethnic and Indigenous Studies in the University
They will feature local community experts.
On Saturday evening at 8 pm and Sunday afternoon at 2 pm, Tī S. Banks and Sara McKinnon’s performance, “We the 350: Stories of Poverty, Racism and Incarceration in Wisconsin” will close out the symposium. The performances will be in the Promenade Hall of the Overture Center. $5 suggested donation, but no one will be turned away.
The events are accessible. If you need childcare, please email email@example.com by Friday Oct. 30.