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Panel Discussion: Storytelling from an Invisible World

Friday, March 29 | 5:00 PM

Somers Family Hall, 215

The Storytelling Lab and the Prison Education Project are excited to present a panel discussion, “Storytelling from an Invisible World.” The panelists are: Delia Cohen, Founder and Director of Proximity for Justice. Proximity for Justice brings CEOs, community leaders, victims of crime, philanthropists, law enforcement, public policymakers, academics, and formerly incarcerated people together inside prisons with those who live and work there in events designed to encourage dialogue, forge connections, and inspire change.

Jasmine Ford is a Washington University Prison Education Project (PEP) alumna. While incarcerated, she published a piece on redlining in St. Louis in Missouri Humanities Magazine. In the time since, Jasmine has come home, received a Balsa small business grant, started her own business as a hair stylist, and testified before the Missouri legislature.

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