Symposium on Mass Incarceration, Communities and Families
The Symposium on Mass Incarceration, Communities and Families represents a transdisciplinary and inclusive effort to highlight the scope, impact, and response to widespread imprisonment in Virginia. Panelists consist of community leaders, social justice activists, justice-involved persons, and scholars from the Virginia Tech community as well as other Virginia universities. It is our hope that the day will spark future collaborative work, resource sharing, and the development of innovative responses aimed at addressing mass incarceration and the needs of families and communities.
The Symposium on Mass Incarceration, Communities and Families will be held virtually in light of precautions relating to COVID-19. Mark your calendars for this free virtual event!
Joyce A. Arditti, Ph.D., Symposium Organizer and Professor of Human Development and Family Science
April L. Few-Demo, Ph.D., Professor and Department Head, Human Development and Family Science
Approved for 4.0 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.