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Black Men and Invisibility: How to Rethink the Criminal Justice System
1 Jan, 1970 at 12:00 am - 10 Sep, 2015 at 12:00 am
Please join the New Art Exchange and the Centre for Research in Race and Rights (C3R) at the University of Nottingham for the last in its five-part debate
series, accompanying the Get Up Stand Up international civil rights
On September 10, we will be exploring “Black Men and Invisibility: How to Rethink the Criminal Justice System”
What is the impact of the criminal justice system on the identity/visibility of black men? 26% of the UK prison population in Britain are black and minority ethnic individuals: how can we address the disparity of mass Incarceration of black men? How has race shaped responses to violence, crime and disorder in both the US and the UK? How have the development of police forces in the US and the UK influenced one another? How has the development? of urban policing in the US and the UK been affected by race and ethnicity? How do we move the agenda of race and crime to a more visible presence on the wider social justice landscape? Racism Toolkit – training ourselves as a means of bringing fairness into social justice.
We’ll hear from the scholar-activists Dr. Martin Glynn (Centre for Health and Social Care Improvement), Dr. Vivien Miller (C3R), both leaders in the field of criminal justice studies and Harminder Singh, artist, independent consultant and lecturer (Warwick Business School) then continue to a debate.
Chair: Bo Olawoye (Freelance Learning & Engagement Curator)
Get Up Stand Up! is a collaborative project between New Art Exchange and NCCL at the Galleries of Justice Museum, exploring notions of International Civil Rights with young people: a series of workshops informed a brand new gallery tour using digital technologies, showing at the Galleries of Justice from 20th March to 18th October 2015. Tours are available in October – booking is essential. Please call Galleries of Justice on 0115 9939 811 to enquire about the next available tour date and to book.
(please note may contain adult themes and imagery)
To book a place please call 0115 924 8630 or follow the ‘book this’ link below.