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Penitentiary Philosophies to Abolitionist Alternatives Teach-in

April 20 | 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

| Free

Penitentiary Philosophies to Abolitionist Alternatives Teach-in

Free
April 20 | 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Emergent Grounds in Design Education hosts Penitentiary Philosophies to Abolitionist Alternatives, a Design Justice in the Swamp Teach-In.

About this event

On Wednesday, April 20th from 4:30-6 PM CT, members of Emergent Grounds in Design Education will facilitate a virtual workshop, ‘From Penitentiary Philosophies to Abolitionist Alternatives’.

This participatory teach-in will explore past, present and future histories of carceral design, and the abolitionist possibilities offered through design justice practices. Read more about carceral design here, and more about design justice here.

Registration is required to attend. Register here: (https://bit.ly/3LUfeSs)

This workshop will be held during the weekly session of Prof. Chris Daemmrich’s ‘Design Justice in the Swamp’ class, SISE 4952 in the Social Innovation & Social Entrepreneurship program at the Tulane School of Architecture.

Design Justice in the Swamp Syllabus

Design Justice in the Swamp – Direct Links to Texts

Organizers

Taylor Center