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  • Writer's pictureKrystal Morin

Boston University: Race, Prison, and Justice Project


As part of my work co-teaching and coordinating for Boston University's Prison Arts Program, I am working with André de Quadros, Judy Braha, and Bradford Dumont on designing and leading Race, Prison, and Justice Project: Illuminating Stories through the Arts.


This project explores the intersection of social justice and the arts in a 4-session interdisciplinary arts collaboration. Designed to explore race and incarceration as systemic injustice and the intersection of social justice and the arts, this program features guests with a history of incarceration and arts activism, including Halim Flowers, artist and social justice entrepreneur.


Through four sessions in March 2021, students will cultivate creativity through theatre, music, dance, visual arts, etc and learn how to use the arts as a powerful tool for storytelling, transformation, and healing.

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