UCLA Lecture: Hip Hop and Punk Against the School to Prison Pipeline
Book Talk / Hip Hop / Prison Industrial Complex / Prisons, Torture, and Death Penalty / Punk / Save the Kids / School to Prison Pipeline / Social Justice Education

UCLA Lecture: Hip Hop and Punk Against the School to Prison Pipeline

Hip Hop and Punk Against the School to Prison Pipeline March 10, 2015 Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm Room: Moore Hall 3340 (Reading Room) University of California, Los Angeles Free and Open to the Public Light Refreshments MAP OF PARKING http://www.ucla.edu/maps-directions-parking/ Here is the building: Moore Hall http://space.admin.ucla.edu/space_plsql/pkg_gui.home?body=pkg_gui.campus%3Fp_loc_id%3D179 recommended parking structures: 4 or 2 (will need … Continue reading

Nov 8 2014 – BUFFALO, NY – Peace Without Incarceration WNY Peace Center Dinner
critical urban education / Juvenile Justice / Peace Studies / Prison Industrial Complex / Prisons, Torture, and Death Penalty / Save the Kids / Transformative Justice and Studies

Nov 8 2014 – BUFFALO, NY – Peace Without Incarceration WNY Peace Center Dinner

The WNY Peace Center cordially invites you to our 47th annual fundraising dinner, happening at the Buffalo-Niagara Convention Center on Saturday, November 8, 2014. Our honored keynote speaker is Dr. Anthony J. Nocella II, Ph.D., who will give a presentation entitled “Peace Without Incarceration: Save The Kids.” The topic will address how the school and … Continue reading

Presenting at the International Conference on Penal Abolition (ICOPA)
Hip Hop / Prison Industrial Complex / Prisons, Torture, and Death Penalty / Transformative Justice and Studies / Youth Justice

Presenting at the International Conference on Penal Abolition (ICOPA)

Taking  to  the  Streets  and  in  the  Detention  Facilities:  Youth  Justice,  Hip  Hop  and  Transformative  Justice by  Mysnikol  Miller,  Anthony  J.  Nocella  II,  Kable  Reid  and  Reies  Romero  of  Save  the  Kids Saturday June 14 – 11:15 to 12:45 The International Conference on Penal Abolition (ICOPA) is a bi-annual gathering of activists, academics, journalists, practitioners, … Continue reading