May 8, 2020
Past as Prologue: Storytelling about Resistance to the Brutality of Incarceration
Surviuved and Punished NY + Barnard Center for Research on Women

This was a national webinar on the current horrific conditions that incarcerated people are enduring under the COVID-19 pandemic and how they are resisting this violence, as well as historical examples of prisoner resistance to the violent conditions of confinement. This conversation was organized and moderated by Mariame Kaba.

February 24, 2020
Religious Studies and Mass Incarceration: Tips for Sharing Scholarship with the Public
Public Scholars Project, American Academy of Religion and Freedom Forum Institute

March 27, 2020––Postponed Due to COVID
Theory on the Ground
Yale University
Co-sponsored by the Yale University Chaplain’s Office, Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration (RITM), Department of Religious Studies, Program in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS), and Yale Divinity School

November 21, 2019
“The Struggle Continues: religion, prisons, and abolition

University of California, Santa Barbara
Hosted by the MultiCultural Center as part of their Race & Religion speaker series