Poetic Justice Project
Poetic Justice Project will perform "Time Will Tell," a story about lives before, during and after incarceration; then engage in a one-hour discussion with students and formerly incarcerated cast members. Students will have the opportunity to critically analyze social structures and engage with diverse members of our local community, which directly support the criteria set forth in the University Learning Objectives, General Education Area D objectives, and the USCP learning objectives. Because many Cal Poly students tend to have little direct experience with or knowledge about the prison industrial complex, this performance and ensuing dialog can act as a vital teaching moment and facilitate deeper engagement by students in our civil society.
This event is free and open to the public.
When: Wednesday, March 07, 2018; 12:10 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Advanced Technology Lab [ATL] 07-002
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Sponsored by the Comparative Ethnic Studies Student Association [CESSA], in conjunction with the Vantage Point Program from the Office of Student Affairs; the Office of University Diversity and Inclusion [OUDI]; the Social Sciences Department, and the Ethnic Studies Department.