Wednesday, June 15th 2016
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thank you for supporting the 2016 Prison Summit! Check back in Winter 2017 for more information about the 2017 Prison Summit.
The Beyond the Walls: Prison Healthcare and Reentry Summit brings together the communities that are affected by the parallel crises of HIV and mass imprisonment. With a focus on community-led responses to the crisis in the criminal justice system, workshops reflect the needs of prisoners and former prisoners and will highlight the work being done to improve conditions inside the prison walls and in the communities to which prisoners are returning.
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Schedule of the Day
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM: Registration and Breakfast
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM: Opening Session, featuring Maxx Boykin
10:15 AM – 11:30 AM: Breakout Session 1
11:40 AM – 12:55 PM: Breakout Session 2
1:05 PM – 2:05 PM: Lunch
2:20 PM – 3:35 PM: Breakout Session 3
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM: Breakout Session 4
5:00 PM: Closing Performance
FREE Continuing Education Credits Available!
The Beyond the Walls: Prison Healthcare and Reentry Summit will offer FREE continuing education units for LSW/LCSWs, RN/CRNPs, CHES, and AACO HIV Prevention Providers!
Please note that while some workshops are approved for credit, not all are.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Maxx Boykin is the Community Organizer with AIDS Foundation of Chicago, new manager of the HIV Preventive Justice Alliance ,member of Black Youth Project 100 and is on the steering committee for the Collaboration on Health Equity for Cook County. His organizing ranges from direct action, civic engagement, conscious raising, to coalition building. Originally from the Suburbs of Atlanta, Maxx along with his two sisters were raised by his parents who were raised in Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement. He has been an organizer for a wide arrange of issue based, political and union organizing. His first 2 years were in political organizing starting in Savannah Georgia on local campaigns later moving to Virginia to work on four winning campaigns including the Governor and Presidential races. In Illinois he has worked on the Fight for 15 campaign and the Get Covered America Campaign around health insurance before finding a home at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. He has always worked in primarily Black and marginalized communities and loves working with his people in order to make sure they are uplifted and liberated.
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Pennsylvania Convention Center (12th and Arch Streets)
12th and Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19107