- Amanda Klonsky, Michael Everett, John Eason, Danielle Wallace, and Kristin Turney
- November 17 2021
Michael Everett, UCLA Law COVID Behind Bars Data Project
John Eason, Department of Sociology and Justice Lab, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Danielle Wallace, School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Arizona State University; Justice Lab at University of Wisconsin–Madison
Kristin Turney, Department of Sociology and PrisonPandemic Project, University of California-Irvine
People living in correctional settings have been at particularly high risk during the COVID-19 pandemic, creating a situation with large public health and racial justice implications. In this webinar, we hear from Amanda Klonsky and Michael Everett of the UCLA Law COVID Behind Bars Data Project, John Eason of the Justice Lab at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Danielle Wallace of the Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety at Arizona State University, and Kristin Turney of the PrisonPandemic Project. The presenters discuss the scope of the pandemic within correctional institutions, the ways in which the pandemic has exacerbated existing inequalities in these settings, and the experiences of people living in jails and prisons since early in 2020.