Johnny Lupinacci (Cultural Studies and Social Thought In Education) will present a talk on “Race, Power, and Education: The North American School-Prison Nexus” this evening at 6 p.m. His presentation will introduce the relationship between schools, youth identities, and prisons in the United States. The talk is hosted by the Common Reading Program as part of its year-long consideration of Trevor Noah’s memoir Born a Crime.

The Zoom link for this and other Common Reading events is available from the Common Reading calendar, https://commonreading.wsu.edu/calendar/.