The Prison Pipeline

Healing Racism Series
Image of a person behind prison bars made of #2 school pencils.

 
In the United States, two major institutions guide youth on the journey to adulthood: school and prison.
 
The U.S., the country with the highest incarceration rate in the world, spends $88,000 annually on each incarcerated child, while only $10,500 per child on education.(1) Systemically racialized policies criminalize minor school violations and funnel students out of public schools and into the criminal justice system. Students of color are especially vulnerable and most often affected by “zero-tolerance” policies and discriminatory applications of discipline.(2)
 
Engage with experts, community leaders, and peers as we examine the school-to-prison pipeline and how to change systems that prioritize incarceration over education.
 
Location:
Glendale Community College
Student Union (SU), room 104
6000 W. Olive Ave. |  Glendale, AZ 85302
 
Free and Open to Everyone  |  Space is Limited
More Information & to Register: http://csrd.asu.edu/healingracism/prisonpipeline
 
 
 
1. Reynolds, Alexander. “The School-to-Prison Pipeline Is Institutional Racism.” http://huff.to/1LuaDzD
2. ACLU. School-To-Prison Pipeline. http://bit.ly/1BPXGBT
 

This event is presented by:
Center for the Study of Race and Democracy
Integrative Sciences and Arts
Non academic units: 
Center for the Study of Race and Democracy
Contact: 
Center for the Study of Race & Democracy
Email: 
Wednesday, October 14; 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Room: 
Glendale Community College - SU 104
Campus: 
Off-campus
Price: 
FREE