MN: States of Incarceration Conversations: Reflective Circle
Join activists and people who have experienced incarceration for a reflective circle led by Dr. Talaya Tolefree and Restorative Practices People of Color Collective. The circle will be a space to engage in dialogue with others regarding thoughts and emotions after viewing the "States of Incarceration" exhibit. Program for ages 18+
This series is offered in conjunction with the traveling exhibit States of Incarceration on display at the Minnesota History Center in the free Irvine Community Gallery through February 18, 2019.
Dr. Talaya Tolefree is the founder and CEO of Koinonia Leadership Academy where she uses the Restorative Practices Engagement Circle Framework to provide leadership development and restorative practices consulting, coaching, implementation and training to schools, nonprofits and faith-based communities. Talaya has committed over 20 years of her life to serving children, families and educators in a variety of educational settings, she is a member of the Restorative Practices People of Color Collective.The program is sponsored by the Department of History and the Heritage Studies and Public History graduate program at the University of Minnesota and is a partnership with the American Indian Incarceration Project and Oyate Hotanin.
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