Macario Garcia explores the ways in which incarcerated people center mobility in conceptualizing what counts as alive and human.
IRWG’s Consortium for Gender Responsive Prisoner Healthcare has been awarded a new grant as part of a five-year project funded by the National Institutes of Health
Last month, Professor Elizabeth Campbell spoke about misconceptions, research gaps, the various experiences and complex needs of survivors of trafficking, in a webinar sponsored by IRWG’s Initiative on Gender Based Violence and Sexual Harassment.
The session will be a moderated panel discussion during the winter term about the “gendered consequences of systems involvement.”
This conversation will focus a critical lens on an American criminal-legal regime that imparts racist, gendered, and classist modes of punishment to women lawbreakers.