ART FOR JUSTICE
PRISONER ART FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE
P.O. Box 526 | Harleysville, PA 19438
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Daniel Gwynn - "Voting Rights"
Charles Lawson - "Life Interrupted"
Dennis Crosson / Chester Hollman, Sr.
Art for Justice at Ursinus College
Experiencing Injustice in the Era of Mass Incarceration
Berman Museum Lecture Space and Lower Galleries
601 E. Main St., Collegeville, PA 19426 - Nov. 14, 7 – 8:30pm
Artworks by Prisoners and the Lived Experience of Giovanni Reid
Speakers: Giovanni Reid, released as a Juvenile Lifer in Sept. 2017, will tell his experience of 26 years incarcerated in PA for a crime he claims he did not commit.
Rachael Carter & Kate Bormann, Student organizers, will lead Question and Answer Session after the Giovanni Reid’s Talk
Ann Marie Kirk will discuss the exhibited artworks and mission of AFJ.
Is to support and exhibit prisoner art to:
• Promote public dialog on ways to prevent crime
• Reduce levels of incarceration
• Find effective, humane ways to improve the criminal justice system
Art for Justice - Shows the humanity behind bars. Brings awareness to systemic flaws in the criminal justice system. Seeks solutions to eliminate injustice.
* Artworks are either privately owned or have been donated to Art for Justice.
WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT BY SHENDERGRAPHIX DESIGN STUDIO
"The Underground Railroad" - by Daniel Gwynn