Black Men at Risk: From Plantations to Prisons

TUE, SEP 23, 2008 (37:43)

Professor Rhonda Wilkins examines the theory that US prisons have become the modern day plantations for young black men. Her presentation is part of a slavery symposium at Georgia Perimeter College.

+ BIO: Rhonda Wilkins

Rhonda Wilkins earned her doctorate in higher education from Georgia State University. Over the last 15 years, she has served as a program coordinator, dean of students and assistant professor of teacher education. Georgia Perimeter College is a large, multi-campus, two-year institution located in metropolitan Atlanta.

Georgia Perimeter College
African American Culture Series