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Black Women, Violence, and the 'Abuse to Prison' Pipeline (2016) -RECORDED

The rates of incarcerated women has increased 800% over the past three decades; two-thirds are jailed for non-violent offenses. Women in prison overwhelmingly have histories of severe physical abuse by an intimate partner during adulthood, and/or serious physical or sexual abuse as children. Dr. Ellis Davis addresses the central role that racism plays in the criminal justice system, well as the intersections of individual violence, community violence, and state violence.

What
  • Recording
  • Violence Against Women
  • Sexual Violence
  • Domestic Violence
When May 25, 2016
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where Online
Presenter Presenter: Rev. Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis
Price

$0.00

Registration Status

Closed

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Contact Phone 206-634-1903
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The rates of incarcerated women has increased 800% over the past three decades; two-thirds are jailed for non-violent offenses. Women in prison overwhelmingly have histories of severe physical abuse by an intimate partner during adulthood, and/or serious physical or sexual abuse as children. Dr. Ellis Davis addresses the central role that racism plays in the criminal justice system, well as the intersections of individual violence, community violence, and state violence.

Rev. Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis is a retired Chicago Police Officer, where she worked in patrol, and as a Criminalist in the Crime Laboratory. She is a Board Certified Chaplain as well as an Affiliate Professor at McCormick Theological Seminary.

 

To view a free recording of this presentation, click on the following link:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8508781113101738500

 

 

This webinar was sponsored by a grant from:
United Methodist Women

 

Sorry, registration is closed for this event.

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