Abolitionist Sarah-Ji Uses Photography To Reimagine Community Liberation

This article is published as part of Envisioning Justice, a 19-month initiative presented by Illinois Humanities that looks into how Chicagoans and Chicago artists respond to the impact of incarceration in local communities and how the arts and humanities are used to devise strategies for lessening this impact. Published originally by Sixty Inches from Center on October 29, 2018.

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Ireashia Monét
Archivist Candace Ming Preserves and Uplifts the Cultural Memory of Chicago’s South Side

This article is published as part of Envisioning Justice, a 19-month initiative presented by Illinois Humanities that looks into how Chicagoans and Chicago artists respond to the impact of incarceration in local communities and how the arts and humanities are used to devise strategies for lessening this impact. Published by Sixty Inches from Center on September 18, 2018.

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Ireashia Monét
Archivist and Activist Erin Glasco Envisions Rebuilding the Archive—From the Inside Out

This article is published as part of Envisioning Justice, a 19-month initiative presented by Illinois Humanities that looks into how Chicagoans and Chicago artists respond to the the impact of incarceration in local communities and how the arts and humanities are used to devise strategies for lessening this impact. Published by Sixty Inches from Center on September 10, 2018.

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Ireashia Monét