Solitary in the Time of Pandemic: Virginia's Impact on the Incarcerated

Solitary in the Time of Pandemic: Virginia's Impact on the Incarcerated


On May 21st, join IAHR for a webinar on COVID-19's impact on Virignia's incarcerated community. Our presenters will touch on subjects regarding the situation in Virginia prisons and after release.

Join us for the second in a three-part series of webinars focusing on how the global pandemic has affected incarcerated people in the DMV.


This is a free event. If you'd like to support IAHR's advocacy efforts, please consider making a donation to our organization.


David Smith - IAHR Board Member and Returning Citizen

David volunteers with formerly incarcerated to equip them to thrive and advocates for change in the Virginia prison and jail system.

Gay Gardner - IAHR's Senior Advisor for Virginia

Gay was a founding member of the board of directors of Interfaith Action for Human Rights (IAHR) and served on its board until January 2020. As IAHR's Senior Advisor for Virginia, she coordinates the organization's advocacy in Virginia and is in close touch with many people incarcerated in Virginia's state prisons.

Margaret Breslau - Chair, Coalition for Justice; Co-Founder, Virginia Prison Justice Network

Margaret's work centers on human rights advocacy for those in detention in Virginia.

Mateo Gasparotto - Investigator, ACLU Virginia

Mateo joined the ACLU of Virginia in July 2017. He supports the work of the Legal and Public Policy departments through analysis, field work, and research.


May 21, 2020 at 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Chuck Feinberg ·

Will you come?