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Thu, Mar 16

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Seymour Library

Auburn Prison: A History

An expert panel discusses one of the most storied correctional facilities in America

Auburn Prison: A History
Auburn Prison: A History

Time & Location

Mar 16, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Seymour Library, 176 Genesee St, Auburn, NY 13021, USA

About this event

Explore the history of the Auburn Correctional Facility with panelists David Connelly (retired Pulitzer-Prize winning newspaper editor, author, and adjunct philosophy instructor at Cayuga Community College); Lucien Lombardo (Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Old Dominion University, author of Guards Imprisoned: Correctional Officers at Work, and co-editor of Prison Violence in America, 2nd Ed), and Jaclyn Kolb (Wells College graduate and Community Services Coordinator at Seymour Library).

This program is organized by Seymour Library in conjunction with the exhibition "Behind the Wall: Art & Writing from Prison," organized by Story House Ithaca and Prisoner Express

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