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    "College Behind Bars" screening and panel discussion

    October 21, 2021

    The Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership presents Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's Emmy-nominated PBS documentary, "College Behind Bars." The event will feature the documentary and a panel discussion.

    The screening takes place at 6:30 p.m. EDT, Oct. 27, 2021. 

    RSVP to be entered into a book raffle.

    View the webinar

    For more information about this event or the Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership Prison Education Program, contact or


    Sarah Higinbotham, co-founder executive director, Common Good Atlanta; English professor, Emory University-Oxford College

    Giovannie Hernandez, formerly incarcerated person and featured in the College Behind Bars documentary

    Patrick Rodriguez, formerly incarcerated person; co-executive director, Georgia Coalition for Higher Education in Prison; director of advocacy and community engagement, Common Good Atlanta; justice policy fellow, Education Trust

    Kareemah Hanifa, formerly incarcerated person; criminal justice reform advocate; reentry consultant

    Corrie Claiborne, associate professor of English and American literature, Morehouse College; prison education fellow, 2020-2021

    Winfield Murray, Esq., director, Morehouse College moot court; vice-chair, board for Gideon's Promise; prison education fellow, 2020-2022


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