Libraries & Archives

February 01, 2019

We Are All Criminals

We Are All Criminals exhibit & event

Visit the library's exhibit space to see We Are All Criminals through the month of February. Photos and poetry featured in the exhibit explore the idea that while one in four people in the U.S. has a criminal record, four in four have a criminal history.

The exhibit is in conjunction with a keynote speech by author, creator, and activist Emily Baxter on Thursday, February 7 at 7pm in the Ballroom.

Other events in this series include:

  • A conversation with Daniel Marcou about library outreach and criminal justice
    Monday, February 25, 5:30pm, St. Kate's Library, St. Paul campus, room 128 (Join the Facebook event)
  • Film Screening & Discussion: The Prison in Twelve Landscapes
    Wednesday, February 27 6:30 - 8 PM, The Pulse
    Join us as we discuss ways to interrupt the prison industrial complex. Snacks provided.

Want to learn more about prison reform and challenging criminalization? Check out our WAAC Exhibit Guide for recommended books and community resources.

This program is made possible with the support of Nancy A. Heitzeg, Professor of Sociology and Endowed Chair in the Sciences, St. Kate's Library, Mission Chairs, Core Curriculum, and the Criminal Justice and Dismantling Racism Working Groups of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet and Consociates Justice Commission.

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