The Right to Write: A Conversation on the Intersections of Education and Incarceration

Barbara Walters Campus Center Room B

Open to the public

/ Tuesday


Sarah Lawrence College's Right-to-Write program hosts weekly, yearlong writing workshops for incarcerated individuals at the Westchester County Correctional Facility. The program is largely run by students, with the support of the Community Partnerships and Service Learning Program and a head facilitator from the Graduate Writing Program.

Moderated by writing faculty member Suzanne Gardinier, this evening's panel and discussion will celebrate the program's 25th anniversary and the legacy of its founder Regina Arnold.

Panelists include:

Rachel Bernard '13
Director of Strategic Initiatives, Hudson Link

Eldredge Blalock
Development Manager, Hudson Link

Kathy Boudin
Co-Director and Co-Founder, Center for Justice at Columbia University

Anjette Rostock '17, MS '20
Former Right-to-Write Facilitator and Coordinator

Sponsored by the Office of Community Partnerships