Series: Policy Practicum
Marc Mauer, of The Sentencing Project, will explore the four-decade expansion of the prison system and its wide-ranging effects on American society. As the U.S. has entered an era of mass incarceration, the effects of these policies are increasingly profound for family formation, racial justice, democratic participation, and the development of an effective and compassionate public safety strategy.
Read more about disproportionate minority contact in an essay by Christine Martin, Assistant Professor in UIC's Department of Criminology, Law, and Justice.
This event is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.