SERVING LIFE: Revisioning Justice Exhibit
SERVING LIFE Revisioning Justice exhibit is a community call and response between public audiences and the most hidden members of our society. Since 2013, Hidden Voices has collaborated with men on death rows across the country to envision a multi-arts project able to generate the civic will to revision justice. By challenging our assumptions about guilt and innocence and by providing a vehicle for the public to connect with the actual lives hidden within an impenetrable system, we reinvigorate some fundamental questions. Who is innocent? Who is harmed? How do we heal centuries of oppression? What needs to change for our criminal justice system to reflect a community dedicated to equity and inclusion? This exhibit is brought to UNCW by Hidden Voices, Durham, NC.
On Tuesday, April 26, from 4-6pm, join Hidden Voices' founder Lynden Harris in the Randall Library Auditorium (RL 2047) for a talk about the exhibit. This event will also include a community reading of stories from Harris' edited collection, Right Here, Right Now: Life Stories from America's Death Row.
Sponsored by UNCW Honors College, Randall Library, Restorative Justice Collaborative, Racial Justice Learning Community
April 4 - May 15, 2022 | Randall Library | Sherman Hayes & Sundial Galleries | 1st & 2nd Floor
More information about this topic, visit our physical book display, 1st floor, Randall Library, or check out our e-books or scan the QR code below for mobile browsing.