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Black Lives, In Mind: The Lived Experience of Mass Incarceration, Trauma and Recovery

  • 27 Feb 2021
  • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Zoom

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You are Cordially Invited to Join Us for the Third Conversation in our “Black Lives, In Mind” Series:


Black Lives, In Mind: The Lived Experience of Mass Incarceration, Trauma and Recovery.

                                             

                                                                                                                                                              Street Art, New York City                                                                                                                                                                

This notable panel of discussants will help us understand what the effects of incarceration are on the Black psyche, as well as how the trauma of this experience is understood and reconciled within our communities. This presentation is sponsored by the Committee for Equity and Diversity Education and Action of the Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology.


REGISTER HERE


Saturday, February 27, 2021

9:30am-11:00am


Presenters:


*Amber Kelly, PhD

Associate Professor, Quinnipiac University; Quinnipiac University Prison Project; Co-Chair, New Haven Women’s Resettlement Group


*Daryl McGraw, M.A., CAC, CCJP

Founder, Formerly, Inc., Criminal Justice and Re-entry Consultants


LaToya Willis

Intake Coordinator, Connecticut Bail Fund


Jewu Richardson

Co-Director, Connecticut Bail Fund


This is a virtual event and is free of charge.


Once you are registered, a Zoom link will be emailed to you upon registration and the day before the event.


For Amber Kelly's bio click: HERE

For Daryl McGraw's bio click: HERE

You are Cordially Invited to Join Us for the Third Conversation in our “Black Lives, In Mind” Series:


Black Lives, In Mind: The Lived Experience of Mass Incarceration, Trauma and Recovery.

                                             

                                                                                                                                                              Street Art, New York City                                                                                                                                                                

This notable panel of discussants will help us understand what the effects of incarceration are on the Black psyche, as well as how the trauma of this experience is understood and reconciled within our communities. This presentation is sponsored by the Committee for Equity and Diversity Education and Action of the Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology.


Saturday, February 27, 2021

9:30am-11:00am


Presenters:


*Amber Kelly, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Quinnipiac University; Quinnipiac University Prison Project; Co-Chair, New Haven Women’s Resettlement Group


*Daryl McGraw, M.A., CAC, CCJP

Founder, Formerly, Inc., Criminal Justice and Re-entry Consultants


LaToya Willis

Intake Coordinator, Connecticut Bail Fund


Jewu Richardson

Co-Director, Connecticut Bail Fund


This is a virtual event and is free of charge. Once you are registered, a Zoom link will be sent to you upon registration and the day before the event in an email.


For Amber Kelly's bio click: HERE

For Daryl McGraw bio click: HERE

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