The College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) is investing nearly $4.5 million in grant funding for four innovative new faculty research projects. Ford School courtesy faculty Christian Davenport is part of one of the teams that received the...
Public Policy and Institutional Discrimination Series
Join Reuben J. Miller as he examines the afterlife of mass incarceration, attending to how U.S. criminal justice policy has changed the social life of the city and altered the contours of American democracy one family at a time.
Broderick Johnson, a Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence at the Ford School, leads a discussion on lobbying and mass incarceration. Part of the Public Policy and Institutional Discrimination Discussion Series.