Prison & Police Abolition with Jason Sole
June 11, 2021 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Jason’s Journey to Abolition
What Does a Police and Prison Free World Look Like?
Abolition Work Happening in the Twin Cities and Beyond
Jason Marque Sole (he, him, his) is a formerly incarcerated abolitionist. He has been a criminal justice educator for over 11 years and is currently an adjunct professor at Hamline University in the Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Department. He has been a national restorative justice trainer since 2008, leading circles in jails, prisons, and community. In 2019, he received the John Legend “Can’t Just Preach” award for his work to abolish prisons. In addition, Jason is the co-founder of the Humanize My Hoodie Movement in which he challenges threat perceptions about Black people through clothing, art exhibitions, documentary screenings, and workshops.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)3
Content Appropriate for:Mental Health Practitioners, Mental Health Professionals, Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Clinical Trainees, Interns/Students, Skills Workers, General Population, Health Care Professionals, Direct Support Workers and Peer Support
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