Morgan Godvin this week on Prison Pipeline

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Mon, 12/02/2019 - 6:30pm to 7:00pm

Morgan Godvin is a student at Portland State University and advocate for incarcerated persons and for policy reform.  At age 21 Morgan's mom died of a prescription drug overdose, after having enrolled in the Air Force and following in the career path of her mother Morgan found herself at 21 using Heroin.  At age 24 her friend Justin died of an overdose and Morgan was convicted in charges of Federal delivery related to his death.  Morgan spent 9 months at Multnomah county jail and one year at Columbia county before finally being transported to Federal prison where she completed a five year sentence. Today Morgan is a community health education major at the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health. She lives in Portland.

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