The symposium will use a public health lens to examine the factors that drive women into the criminal justice system, and then focus on various treatment approaches to addressing these factors.
$15 registration includes lunch and parking. $5 for students.
The morning keynote will be offered by Kim Gardner. Prior to becoming the first African American Circuit Attorney in the City of St. Louis, Gardner served as an Assistant Circuit Attorney, and served two terms as a Missouri State Representative in the 77th District.
Register at: https://prisonedproject.wustl.edu/events/