Inside Voices: The Free Speech Rights of Incarcerated Americans
In April 2019, the Free Speech Project and the Georgetown University Prisons and Justice Initiative hosted a lively forum that explored the reasons behind and implications of censoring the voices of the incarcerated.
Panelists included Bill Keller, Editor-in-Chief, The Marshall Project; Amy Fettig, Deputy Director, ACLU Prisons Project; Robert Green, Director, Department of Correction and Rehabilitation, Montgomery County, Maryland; Sekwan Merritt, Paralegal, Arnold and Porter; Joel Castón, Incarcerated Resident of the D.C. Jail (by Skype/phone).
Moderated by Sanford J. Ungar, Director of the Free Speech Project at Georgetown University, and Marc Howard, Director of the Prisons and Justice Initiative at Georgetown University.
Inside Voices: The Free Speech Rights of Incarcerated AmericansInside Voices: The Free Speech Rights of Incarcerated Americans
Posted by Georgetown University Prisons and Justice Initiative on Tuesday, April 16, 2019