THE HISTORY OF WOMEN’S JAILS IN NEW YORK CITY: AN ARGUMENT FOR WHY THE WOMEN’S CENTER FOR JUSTICE SHOULD NOT OPEN
Eve Strickberger CC'23
Eve Strickberger is a recent graduate of Columbia College, where she studied 20th century U.S. History. Outside of the classroom, she is the coordinator of ROOTED, the student-led dialogue group that creates identity-based facilitations for the university community. She is also a leader in COOP and involved at Hillel. After graduation, Eve plans to work at an organization that provides direct services to people experiencing injustice in the criminal legal system.