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Out of Place

Out of Place, the film, explores the trauma to prison pipeline. It is meant to serve as proof that everyone in prison is, in fact, out of place.
Thursday, September 23, 2021
7:00-8:30 PM
Keene Theatre East Quadrangle Map
"Being within the lawful boundaries of confinement and not attempting to escape, but in a location without the proper authorization to be there; absent from where one is required to be; being outside assigned housing unit without prisoner identification card; being absent from required location during count."

Filmed by Asia Johnson, a 2021 Brennan Center for Justice Fellow

Moderated by Jacqueline "Jacq" Williams, a campaign strategist and trauma expert

Panelists include Asia Johnson, Kayla Mach, Danyele Stewart, Felicia
Dyer, and Jessica Hoolsema of the Women’s Huron Valley Correctional
Facility

Guests entering the Keene Theater must provide proof of vaccination and a photo ID, complete a health screening, and wear a face covering. There are no exceptions to this policy.

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Building: East Quadrangle
Website:
Event Type: Presentation
Tags: Activism, Film, Free, In Person, Incarceration
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Prison Creative Arts Project, The, Residential College