This virtual talk in collaboration with UW-Madison draws on the writings and legacy of 1970s activist George Jackson to articulate what he and fellow radicals envisioned as the political potential and limitations of writing as emancipatory and to consider what hope we should see in prison writing today. This virtual lunch event featuring UW-Green Bay Prof. Nolan Bennett (Political Science), is Oct. 23, 2020, at Noon. Please RSVP: To receive a link to the Friday Lunch event, please send an email including your affiliation to email@example.com.
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