Mass Incarceration in America: Advocacy, Art, and the Academy - On November 29, 2012
This entire video is of Nicole Martorano Van Cleve speaking at the event. Through conversations and lectures led by nationally renowned scholars, the purpose of this teach-in was to share with the general public the impact of criminalization and the ways in which our carceral state erodes our urban communities, our economy and our democracy.
About Nicole Martorano Van Cleve:
Dr. Van Cleve is Assistant Professor at Temple University, Department of Criminal Justice with courtesy appointments in the Department of Sociology and the Beasley School of Law. Dr. Van Cleve received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Northwestern University where she was a Legal Studies Fellow. Her research lies in the intersection of criminal justice, race, and cultural theory. Overall, her scholarship scrutinizes the cultural composition of legal institutions and investigates how these often hidden variables impact the equitability of laws and the consumer experience of institutions. She is currently working on a book.
Video Editor - Michelle Saul-Yamasaki
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