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Living in the Age of Mass Incarceration: How it Affects Us and What to Do About It
The U.S.A. hosts 4.4 % of the world’s population, but 22% of its prisoners.
This event occurs on Tuesday, March 29th at 7:30 p.m. in the Ogle Center at Hanover College.
Dr. Angela Cowser, Professor of the Sociology of Religion and Director of the Center for Church and the Black Experience at Garrett Evangelical-Theological Seminary (UMC) in Evanston, IL is presenting the discussion. Dr. Cowser will challenge us to think about how the grave injustice of mass incarceration affects us in our own context, and how best we can respond. Admission is free, as the event is graciously sponsored by the Bill and June Rogers Speaker Series, as well as various student clubs and organizations at Hanover College.
Download the flyer for this event.
For further questions, please contact Rev. Catherine Knott, Chaplain at Hanover College.