Questioning the Carceral: Prison Resistance and Indigenous Life

The Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies invite you to join us for the ICCJ Winter 2023 Colloquium, “Questioning the  Carceral: Prison Resistance and Indigenous Life,” with Indigenous activists, authors, and academics Joey Twins, Albert Dumont, and Natasha Stirrett.

Reflecting on their decades of experience resisting the Canadian state and prison system, Twins, Dumont, and Stirrett explore the intersections between carceral dispossession and the life giving strategies of Indigenous peoples, including artistic, grass roots, and legal modes of resistance.

This is a FREE public event. All are welcome. Food will be provided.

To learn more about the event and to register, please click here.