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This Series feature Sara Wakefield, co-author of Children of the Prison Boom: Mass Incarceration and the Future of American Inequality, and other speakers with expertise on issues concerning the children of incarcerated parents. >>
Ephrat Asherie Dance will conclude its CUNY Dance Initiative residency at John Jay College with a free performance of "A Single Ride." >>
This series endeavors consider sex work and the sex industry broadly, from a range of perspectives, and spark conversations about the wide range of social, cultural, and economic issues that shape sex workers' lived experiences. >>
Center on Terrorism Friday Seminars Presents: How Political Violence Became Terrorism with Lisa Stampnitzky >>
Alisse Waterston is a cultural anthropologist who studies the human consequences of structural and systemic violence and inequality >>
In this panel, researchers, non-profit workers, law enforcement personnel, and funders examine the official governmental systems and institutions that interact with the sex trade. >>
At this panel students and faculty will meet members of the Red Umbrella Project, a New York-based nonprofit that "amplifies the voices of people who have done transactional sex, through media, storytelling, and advocacy programs. >>
Alisse Waterston is a cultural anthropologist who studies the human consequences of structural and systemic violence and inequality. >>
Center on Terrorism Friday Seminars: An examination of suicide attacks in the United States: Comparing Al Qaeda and affiliated movements and far-right suicide and non-suicide incidents and perpetrators with Josh Freilich >>
This panel gathers sex workers, health care providers, and advocates from across the United States. >>
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