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BEST PAPER AWARD (RUNNER UP) 
 International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference
2022

 

INVITED PRESENTATION
Inaugural Transatlantic Dialogue on AI & Humanity
(Paris, France.  Reported on in Forbes.)
2022

 

JURIED AND ONLINE VOTE
SXSW EDU
2022

 

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT (RUNNER UP)
Next Team Challenge Award (NPR)
2022

 

BEST PAPER AWARD
Midwest Academy For Legal Studies in Business
2020

NBC KARE-11 (MINNEAPOLIS)
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OMAHA WORLD-HERALD
NEBRASKA PUBLIC TELEVISION
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  • "Regulating Artificial Intelligence - Is Global Consensus Possible?
    Forbes
    September 9, 2022

     

    Criminal Conviction By Algorithms Are
    Ruining Innocent Lives.
    ”  

    Omaha World Herald.  
    August 29, 2021
    w/ Thomas Freeman, and Libby Otto

     

    After Facebook Scandal, Local College Students Are Talking Issues of Big Tech.”  
    NBC KARE-11 Evening News (Minneapolis)

    NBC WTOL 11 (Toledo)
    NBC KHOU 11 (Houston)
    NBC KXTV  (Sacramento)

     7 November 2021
     

    Why Isn’t There Social Media Forgiveness?”  
    NBC KARE-11 Breaking the News. 
    Minneapolis:  13 September 2018

     

    “Students Tackle Big Questions of Online Privacy Rights.” 
    Creighton University News. 

    May 20, 2023

    “Creighton Prof To Talk Digital Literary At SXSW EDU.” 
    Omaha Daily Record. 
    February 18, 2022

    “NCU Technology Students Impacting Nation.’ 
    AG News.  
    December 12, 2021  

    "Aaron McKain: Pushing Students to be the Innovators of Tomorrow."

     Pipers in Depth. 
    (Hamline University.)
     Saint Paul, MN.   April 2017

    "Students Are Harnessing the Power of Digital Media to Problem-Solve and

    Strengthen Human Connection."
    Hamline University News.  July 2016

  • How Do We Reoccupy Shared Reality?"
    Next Generation Politics  

    May 4, 2023
    w/ Richard Leyva and Phillip Graham

    Digital Ethics and the
    Institute for Digital Humanity.
    ” 

    Human Lawyer.  
    December 2021
    w/ Shea Sullivan and Aaron McKain

      

    "Institute for Digital Humanity, part 1.
    AI and You. 
    March 28, 2022
    w/ Shea Sullivan and Hannah Grubbs

    "Institute for Digital Humanity, part 2.

    AI and You. 

    April 4, 2022 

    “Critical Race Theory?” 
     Our Black News.  
    June 2021  
    w/ Julius Hernandez

     

    “What is Digital Ethics.” 
    Our Black News. 
    May 2021
    w/ Julius Hernandez and Annelane Sallee.  

    “What the Floyd Verdict Means for Minneapolis.”
    Our Black News.  
    April 2021

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NBC KARE-11 (MINNEAPOLIS)
 FORBES

OMAHA WORLD-HERALD
NEBRASKA PUBLIC TELEVISION
  NBC WTOL-11 (TOLEDO) 

NBC KHOU-11 (HOUSTON)
 NBC KXTV SACREMENTO)
AG NEWS I CREIGHTON NEWS
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TRAININGS & COMMUNITY ED

  • Principles of Digital Law and Ethics
    CPI TechREG Chronicle
     Special Issue on Machine Learning.
    Feb 2023
    w/ Thomas Freeman, Samson Hall

    "A Primer on Digital and Data Science Ethics.
    Nebraska Lawyer  
    Sept/Oct 2022
    w/ Thomas Freeman, Samson Hall

    “Criminal Conviction By Algorithms  Are Ruining Innocent Lives.” 

     Omaha World-Herald  
    August 29, 2021
    w/ Thomas Freeman and Elizabeth Otto   

     

    “The Legal Implications of Algorithmic Decision-Making.”
    Nebraska Lawyer
     May/June 2020

    w/ Thomas Freeman and Samson Hall.


    As Technology Evolves, So Will the Law, and So Must Attorneys,
    Nebraska Lawyer
    July/August 2019
    w/ Thomas Freeman 


    “Free Speech in Post-Digital America.” 
    Hennepin County Library 
    Permanent Collection 

    September 2019
    w/ The Institute for Digital Humanity and
    the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. 

  • "Using the Lens of Narrative Theory to Rethink Digital Ethics."
    International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference
    Proceedings.  (Forthcoming)
    With Marci Exted and Thomas Freeman

    WINNER:
    Primeaux Award for Best  Paper
    (First Runner-Up)

    "The Roberts Court and Compulsory Collective Bargaining: Reading the Tea

    Leaves After Janus and Masterpiece."  
    Georgetown Journal of

    Law and Public Policy. 
    Spring 2023

     

    “In Two Voices: A Neuroscientist and Patient Tell Their Story.”  
    Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine. 
    August 2020
    With Amanda Aherns and Stephen Pederson. 


    “Let Them All Eat Cake: Rhetorically Mapping Religious Freedom, LGBTQIA Discrimination,
    and The First Amendment After Janus and Masterpiece.”
     
    Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Proceedings.  
    2020

    With Thomas Freeman

    WINNER:
    Best Paper Award


    “Rhetorically Predicting a First Amendment Right to Negotiation After Janus.” 
    William and Mary Business Law Review 
    11: 609 (2020).
    With Thomas Freeman
    and Destiyne Sewell

     

    “The Art of EMF Science: Aesthetics, Ethics, and Post-Digital Health Advocacy.” 

    PostHuman: New Media Art 2020. 
    CICA Press: Seoul, South Korea: 2020
    With Steven Pederson and
    the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy.  


    “The Future of Collective Bargaining: Rhetorically Predicting a First Amendment Right to Negotiation.”   
    Midwest Academy of
    Legal Studies in Business
     
    Proceedings 2019

    With Thomas Freeman and Destynie Sewell.

  • Principles of Digital Law and Ethics
    CPI TechREG Chronicle.
     Special Issue on Machine Learning. Feb 2023.
    w/ Thomas Freeman, Samson Hall,
    and Aaron McKain

    w/ assistance from
    IDH 2022
    summer interns: Joseph Masi,
    Michael Bartz, William Harper,
    Kylie Karsky, Madeleine Britto,
    C.J. Braccia, Emily Atamov,
    Ava Verzani, and Clare Hart

    "A Primer on Digital and Data Science Ethics.
    Nebraska Lawyer. 
    Sept/Oct 2022.

    w/ Thomas Freeman, Samson Hall,
    and Aaron McKain

     

    w/ assistance from IDH interns: 
    Joseph Masi, Matthew Mandolfo,

    Madeleine Britto,
    Michael Bartz, William Harper,
    Kylie Karsky, Meagan Compton,
    Emily Atamov

     

    WandaVision Exposes the Reality that Our Filter Bubbles Control our Minds.” 
    Popular Culture and Theology 
    September 22, 2021
    Hanna Grubbs
     Eds: Reid Madden and Steven Pedersen

     

    WandaVision: An Intersectional Perspective on the Erasure of Jewish Identity.”   

     Blerg.com  
    April 18th, 2021
    w/ Joe Cobb (eds: Reid Madden

    and Steven Pedersen)
     

    In Two Voices.”   
    Intima: A Journal of
    Narrative Medicine
     

    August 2020
    w/ Amanda Aherns, Steven Pedersen,
    and Aaron McKain

     

    The Legal Implications of Algorithmic Decision Making.”  
    Nebraska Lawyer 
    May/June 2020
    w/  Thomas Freeman, Aaron McKain,
    and Samson Hall.

     

    “Free Speech in Post-Digital America.”
    Hennepin County Library
      (Permanent Collection.) 
    September 2019.
    w/ Aaron McKain and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy


  • “What Would Jesus Program?”

    Rhetoric Society of America.

    Portland, OR.  May 2020

     

    “Make Them Bake Cake? In the Wake of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Which Religious Activities Are Protected Expression Under the First

    Amendment and Protected from Discrimination Laws?”

    Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference.

    With Tom Freeman and Daniel Schneider. Chicago, IL.  March 2020

     

    “Racist Robots: A Visual Primer on Understanding Algorithmic Bias.” 

    Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference.

    With Tom Freeman and Dan Schneider. Chicago, IL.  March 2020

     

    “Rhetoric Versus the Robots II: The Ethics of Algorithmic Unreliability.” 

    International Society for the Study of Narrative.

    With Weston Cregut and Rebekah Winkel. New Orleans, LA.  March 2020

     

    “The Right to Speak, Bake, or Film…or Not…Which Activities are Protected Expression Under the First Amendment?”

    Huber Hurst Research Seminar in Business Law and Ethics.

    With Thomas Freeman. Gainsville, FL.  January 2020

     

    “Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Navigate Legal, Corporate, and Community Debates on Algorithmic Ethics.”

    Data, Law, and AI Ethics Research Colloquium. Washington and Lee School of Law.

    With Thomas Freeman.  Lexington, VA.  April 2019

  • “Using the Lens of Narrative Theory to Rethink Digital Ethics." 

    International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference. 
    With Marci Exted and Thomas Freeman. Chicago, IL. October 2022

    Winner: Primeaux Best Paper Award.
     (Runner-Up.)

     

    “Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Reframe Health Data Sanctity.”  

    Inaugural Transatlantic Dialogue on Humanity and AI Regulation.

    Hosted by HEC Paris. 
    Paris, France.  May 2022

    “Regulating Global Intelligence: Is Global Consensus Possible"

    Reported in Forbes:
    September 9, 2022

     

    “Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Forgive, Forget, and Re-Program Digital Dignity.” 

    Data, Law, and AI Ethics Research Colloquium.

    With Thomas Freeman. 
    Organizers: Indiana University, Virginia Tech,

    and University of Pennsylvania. 
    Online.  April 2022 

     

    “Triangulating Hate Speech and Free Speech in Algorithmic Environments.” 

    Indiana University.

    Bloomington, IN: April 2022  (Online.)

    “Algorithmic Unreliability: Narrative Theory, Digital Ethics, and The Constitutionality of Employment AI.” 

    Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business.

    With Thomas Freeman and Marci Exted. 

     Chicago, IL and Online:  March 2022

    “Redefining Digital Literary:
    Algorithms and You.”

    SXSW EDU.

    With Thomas Freeman, Ayin Morales-Monge, and Shea Sullivan.  March 2022

    Winner of online voting competition to present.

    “Privacy 3.0: Forgiveness and Student Data After Mahoney.”

    International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference: DePaul University. 

    With Thomas Freeman, Simon Truatman, and Amanda Aherns.  Chicago, IL: October 2021

    “Algorithmic Bias: How Cross Functional Networks Can Fight Digitized Discrimination.”

    Heider Business Symposium: Creighton University. 

    With Dr. Aaron McKain, Thomas Freeman, Elizabeth Otto, Ayin Monge, and Julius Hernandez. Omaha, NE.  October 2021

     

    “Reckoning With Robots; The Constitutional Implications of Using Algorithms to Make Human Decisions.”

    Midwest Associate of Legal Studies in Business/Midwest Business Administration Association Annual Conference.

    With Thomas Freeman.  Chicago, IL: March 2021

     

    “Digital Ethics: What’s Next?”

    OSTROM Workshop.  Indiana University School of Business. 

    With Julius Hernandez and Shea Sullivan. Bloomington, IN: February 2021
     

    “A Taxonomy of Algorithmic Unreliability: Using Facial Recognition to Map Constitutional Issues.”

    Data, Law, and AI Ethics Research Colloquium. Indiana University & Virginia Tech University.

    Online (COVID): May 2020
     

    “Racist Robots?  A Visual Primer on Understanding Algorithmic Bias.” 

    Midwest Associate of Legal Studies in Business/Midwest Business Administration Association Annual Conference.

    With Thomas Freeman, Ayin Monge-Morales, and Moises Morales.  March 2020

    “Rhetoric Versus the Robots: Mapping the Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Algorithmic Discrimination.”

    Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.

    Bloomington, IN. November 2019


    “Why Digital Rights Is The New Civil Rights Movement.” 

    North Carolina A & T State University.

    Greensboro, NC: May 2018

WILLIAM AND MARY LAW REVIEW
GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY
INTIMA: A JOURNAL OF NARRATIVE MEDICINE
MIDWEST ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
NEBRASKA LAWYER 
COMPETITION POLICY INTERNATIONAL
OMAHA WORLD-HERALD 
POPULAR CULTURE AND THEOLOGY

BLERG.COM
THE JOKE IS ON US: POLITICAL COMEDY IN NEOLIBERAL TIMES

POSTHUMAN: NEW MEDIA ART

  • “All Bullets Shatter: Untold Stories of Gun Violence and Trauma.”

    Living Art Exhibition and Civic Forum

    Minneapolis, MN and Online: May 2022 

    With the Institute for Digital Humanity; Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy; Guns Down, Love Up; Project Minnesota; The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives (Ohio State, Portland State, George State); and the Pittsburgh University Prison Writing Project.  

     

    “Plugging In: Race, Technology, and Surveillance
    Workshop for Advocates and Educators.”

    Northeast Sculpture Gallery:
    Minneapolis, MN.  October 2021 
     

    With ACLU MN, Safety Not Surveillance, Reclaim the Block, Councilman Simon Trautmann (Richfield, MN), and Councilman Steve Fletcher (Minneapolis, MN).
     

    “Digital Rights Are Civil Rights: Race and Technology.”

    Juried International Art Exhibition and Community Education Event

    Minneapolis MN and Online: February 2021

    With the Institute for Digital Humanity, Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy, ACLU MN, Native Youth Arts Collective, and Councilman Steve Fletcher. 
     

    “Contaminated.”

    International Juried Art Exhibition and Civic Forum

    Minneapolis, MN and Online: May 2020

    With the Institute for Digital Humanity and Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. 

    “Medical Unreliability and Sick Girl Theory.”

    Curated Cross-Cultural Art Exchange

    St. Cloud Zine Fest. St. Cloud, MN. February 2020

    With Allison Baker, the Institute for Digital Humanity, and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. 

     

    “Sad Girls and Hopeful Women.”

    Curated Cross-Cultural Art Exchange

    Twin Cities Zine Fest.  Minneapolis, MN. September 2020

    With Allison Baker, the Institute for Digital Humanity, and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy.  


    “Hopeful Women.”

    Student Art Installation on Christian Feminism

    Hamline University. Saint Paul, MN.  Dec 2018

     

INTERNATIONAL VINCENTIAN BUSINESS ETHICS CONFERENCE
TRANSATLATNTIC DIALOGUE ON HUMANITY AND AI REGULATION
DATA, LAW & ETHICS RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM
INDIANA UNIVERSITY
MIDWEST ACADEMICY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
HEIDER BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM
NORTH CAROLINA AT & T UNIVERSITY
DREW UNIVERSITY
HAMLINE UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR JUSTICE & LAW 
NORTH CENTRAL UNIVERSITY


  • “What Would Jesus Program?”

    Rhetoric Society of America.

    Portland, OR.  May 2020

     

    “Make Them Bake Cake? In the Wake of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Which Religious Activities Are Protected Expression Under the First

    Amendment and Protected from Discrimination Laws?”

    Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference.

    With Tom Freeman and Daniel Schneider. Chicago, IL.  March 2020

     

    “Racist Robots: A Visual Primer on Understanding Algorithmic Bias.” 

    Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference.

    With Tom Freeman and Dan Schneider. Chicago, IL.  March 2020

     

    “Rhetoric Versus the Robots II: The Ethics of Algorithmic Unreliability.” 

    International Society for the Study of Narrative.

    With Weston Cregut and Rebekah Winkel. New Orleans, LA.  March 2020

     

    “The Right to Speak, Bake, or Film…or Not…Which Activities are Protected Expression Under the First Amendment?”

    Huber Hurst Research Seminar in Business Law and Ethics.

    With Thomas Freeman. Gainsville, FL.  January 2020

     

    “Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Navigate Legal, Corporate, and Community Debates on Algorithmic Ethics.”

    Data, Law, and AI Ethics Research Colloquium. Washington and Lee School of Law.

    With Thomas Freeman.  Lexington, VA.  April 2019

  • “Using the Lens of Narrative Theory to Rethink Digital Ethics." 

    International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference. 

    With Marci Exted and Thomas Freeman.  October 2022

    Winner: Primeaux Best Paper Award.  (Runner-Up.)

     

    “Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Reframe Health Data Sanctity.”  

    Inaugural Transatlantic Dialogue on Humanity and AI Regulation.

    Hosted by HEC Paris.  Paris, France.  May 2022

    “Regulating Global Intelligence: Is Global Consensus Possible"

    Reported in Forbes:
    September 9, 2022

     

    “Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Forgive, Forget, and Re-Program Digital Dignity.” 

    Data, Law, and AI Ethics Research Colloquium.

    With Thomas Freeman.  Organizers: Indiana University, Virginia Tech,

    and University of Pennsylvania.  Online.  April 2022 

     

    “Triangulating Hate Speech and Free Speech in Algorithmic Environments.” 

    Indiana University.

    Bloomington, IN: April 2022  (Online.)

    “Algorithmic Unreliability: Narrative Theory, Digital Ethics, and The Constitutionality of Employment AI.” 

    Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business.

    With Thomas Freeman and Marci Exted. 

     Chicago, IL and Online:  March 2022

    “Redefining Digital Literary: Algorithms and You.”

    SXSW EDU.

    With Thomas Freeman, Ayin Morales-Monge, and Shea Sullivan.  March 2022

    Winner of online voting competition to present.

    “Privacy 3.0: Forgiveness and Student Data After Mahoney.”

    International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference: DePaul University. 

    With Thomas Freeman, Simon Truatman, and Amanda Aherns.  Chicago, IL: October 2021

    “Algorithmic Bias: How Cross Functional Networks Can Fight Digitized Discrimination.”

    Heider Business Symposium: Creighton University. 

    With Dr. Aaron McKain, Thomas Freeman, Elizabeth Otto, Ayin Monge, and Julius Hernandez. Omaha, NE.  October 2021

     

    “Reckoning With Robots; The Constitutional Implications of Using Algorithms to Make Human Decisions.”

    Midwest Associate of Legal Studies in Business/Midwest Business Administration Association Annual Conference.

    With Thomas Freeman.  Chicago, IL: March 2021

     

    “Digital Ethics: What’s Next?”

    OSTROM Workshop.  Indiana University School of Business. 

    With Julius Hernandez and Shea Sullivan. Bloomington, IN: February 2021
     

    “A Taxonomy of Algorithmic Unreliability: Using Facial Recognition to Map Constitutional Issues.”

    Data, Law, and AI Ethics Research Colloquium. Indiana University & Virginia Tech University.

    Online (COVID): May 2020
     

    “Racist Robots?  A Visual Primer on Understanding Algorithmic Bias.” 

    Midwest Associate of Legal Studies in Business/Midwest Business Administration Association Annual Conference.

    With Thomas Freeman, Ayin Monge-Morales, and Moises Morales.  March 2020

    “Rhetoric Versus the Robots: Mapping the Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Algorithmic Discrimination.”

    Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.

    Bloomington, IN. November 2019


    “Why Digital Rights Is The New Civil Rights Movement.” 

    North Carolina A & T State University.

    Greensboro, NC: May 2018


  • “Algorithmic Bias in the Criminal Justice System: Cheat Codes for Defense Attorneys.” 
    Minnesota Legal Rights Center. 
    Workshop.
    With Marci Exted and Tom Freeman. 
    Fall 2022

     

    “The Civil Rights Challenges Posed by Algorithmic Bias.”
    Iowa State Bar Association.  2022. 
    Presented by Tom Freeman.

    “Legal Considerations of Algorithmic Decision Making.” 

    Nebraska State Bar Association. 2022. 
    Presented by Tom Freeman.
     

    “Pitfalls of Using Algorithms in Hiring Decisions.”
    Iowa State Bar Association. 2022. 

    Presented by Tom Freeman.
     

    “Technology Inclusivity in Online Dispute Resolution.”

    American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Technology Expo.
    With Angie Raymond and Isak NitAsare.

    Online.  July 2021



     

  • “All Bullets Shatter: Untold Stories of Gun Violence and Trauma.”
    Living Art Exhibition and Civic Forum.
    Minneapolis, MN and Online: May 2022

    With Institute for Digital Humanity; Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy; Guns Down, Love Up; Protect Minnesota;
    The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives (Ohio State, Portland State, George State); and the Pittsburgh University Prison Writing Project.  

     

    “Plugging In: Race, Technology, and Surveillance
    Workshop for Advocates and Educators.”

    Northeast Sculpture Gallery.
    Minneapolis, MN.  October 2021. 
     

    With ACLU MN, Safety Not Surveillance, Reclaim the Block,

    Councilman Simon Trautmann (Richfield, MN),

    and Councilman Steve Fletcher(Minneapolis, MN). 

    “Social Justice Through Artistic Expression.”  
    Creative Impact Series:
    Tualitan Valley Creates.

    Workshop. 

    With Allison Baker and Steven Pedersen.
    September 20, 2021 

    Online. 
     

    “Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy: Curating Change.”  

    Lewis and Clark University.

    Workshop.

    With Stephen Pedersen and Allison Baker. 

    Portland, OR and Online: 
    October 2021


    “Digital Rights Are Civil Rights: Race and Technology.” 
    Juried International Art Exhibition and Community Education Event.
     

    With ACLU MN, Native Youth Arts Collective,
    the Institute for Digital Humanity, Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy,

    and Councilman Steve Fletcher. 

    Minneapolis MN and Online.
    February 2021

     

    “Internet Security and Cyberbullying

    Prevention Workshop.” 

    Little Earth Native Community.

    Minneapolis, MN.  April 2019 

    Funded By: Minnesota Health and Human Services.

     

MN LEGAL RIGHTS CENTER
AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
IOWA BAR ASSOCIATION
NEBRASKA BAR ASSOCIATION
ACLU MINNEOSTA
LITTLE EARTH NATIVE HUD COMMUNITY

SAFETY NOT SURVEILLANCE COALITION
TULAINE VALLEY CREATES
LEWIS AND CLARK UNIVERSITY 
MN HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

All Bullets Shatter:
Crime and Trauma

Living Art Exhibition and Public Forum
Minneapolis, MN and Online.  May 2022.

In partnership with:

Guns Down, Love Up  I Protect Minnesota
Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives
Urban Educators I North Suburban Center for the Arts
Minnesota  Second Change Coalition  
and Faculty from Ohio State, Georgia State, Portland State, and Pittsburg Univ.  Prison Writing Project