Join Chicago Torture Justice Center for an exhibition of photographs that showcase both individual and community resilience. All work has been contributed by participants in the Summer Photo Voice Workshop. A group conversation will follow.
"Police violence has a profound impact on our families and communities. We must find ways not only to survive these injustices, but summon strength and joy to cope with them."
This event is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments and a play area for children will be provided.
Guests should enter the red door on Blackstone Avenue. This event is wheelchair accessible.
For more information or to make arrangements for disabilities, please contact Matthew Searle, Assistant Director of Experimental Station: matthew (at) experimentalstation.org or 773.241.6044.
This program is made possible with support by Civic Projects and Chicago Community Trust, and in part from a grant from Illinois Humanities, with support from the MacArthur Foundation’s Safety and Justice Challenge.