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Incarcerated Bodies, Shattered Families

Presented by The University of Akron at University of Akron Student Union, Room 312, Akron OH

Mar 07 2023
Incarcerated Bodies, Shattered Families

Join The University of Akron’s Dr. Pamela Shultz to learn about the impact of incarceration on families.

Dr. Pamela Schulze reviews the research on the impact of incarceration on families, with a focus on the intersection of race and class.

A discussion on how race and class influence outcomes, both in the criminal justice system and in the family system. Programs and policy solutions will be discussed.

This event is part of The University of Akron’s Rethinking Race event series, a two-week forum of events focused on facilitating “courageous conversations designed to promote inclusive excellence” regarding race and race-related issues. Thank you to our Rethinking Race sponsors the County of Summit ADM Board, Mercury Plastics, Goodyear, FirstEnergy Foundation, FedEx Custom Critical, Alpha Phi Alpha Foundation of Akron, Ilene Shapiro’s Summit County Department of Job and Family Services, the Akron Community Foundation, the City of Akron, Philip and Paulette Thompson, and Dr. Sheldon Wrice.


Free event, open to the public.

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University of Akron Student Union, Room 312

303 Carroll St, Akron, OH 44325


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