Monday, October 26, 2020

Exploring the Intersections of Education and Mass Incarceration - The Petey Greene Program at UMD

Are you a student interested in exploring the intersections of education and mass incarceration? The Petey Greene Program at UMD may be for you! Nationally, our mission is to “support the academic goals of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people through high-quality volunteer tutoring programs, while educating volunteers on the injustice manifest in our carceral system.

Feel free to contact pgp.umd@gmail.com with any questions!

We recognize how COVID-19 has impacted our tutoring services and as a chapter we are using this opportunity to engage and educate the campus on community issues surrounding the carceral system through general body meetings, movie/podcasts discussions, panels, and more! Attend our GBM to learn more about the projects and initiatives we are working on. General body meetings will be held on Thursdays, bi-weekly from 6-7pm EST. Our first GBM will be Thursday, October 29th from 6-7pm EST
To learn more and get involved, fill out our interest form at go.umd.edu/pgpumdinterest.
Register for our first general body meeting Thursday, October 29th 6-7pm EST at go.umd.edu/pgpumdmeeting



The Petey Greene Program at UMD
Kayla Foster - President 
Abiola Adesina - Vice President 
Adejimi Aromolaran - Treasurer 
Danielle Rockman - Programming Chair