Prison Public Memory Project and Davis Orton Gallery's summer event series closes this Thursday with a presentation about children and mass incarceration by Joan E. Hunt, Program Director of Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood.
Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood is one of fifteen communities in the United States awarded a Promise Neighborhood Planning grant by the U.S. Department of Education. It creates sustainable school-community solutions for children and families within the Hudson City School District through partnerships that value the diverse community and unify efforts to improve academic achievement and strengthen parental engagement.
Children of the incarcerated in Hudson are supported by Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood. During Thursday's presentation, Joan E. Hunt will deliver a rich multimedia presentation to demonstrate how mass incarceration impacts children across the nation. The presentation will include real world examples of work being done on the local level to support children impacted by incarceration in the Hudson community.
This event is free and open to the public. An RSVP email to firstname.lastname@example.org is appreciated.