Join us to learn how investing in the arts allows communities to thrive.
July 15 | 3:00 - 4:00pm
Redirecting funding from policing and investing in the arts allows communities to thrive. As we move towards an equitable future, let’s build on what we already know works. Join us to talk about how.
Murals send a collective message about who we are. Painting creates respite. Theater allows people to get out of their own heads. Singing lowers stress. The arts make us confident, hopeful, and resilient. These aren’t opinions—these are facts based on decades of research. The arts allow us to do better and be better together.
Join us virtually to hear from people using the arts to work towards real justice. Listen to a discussion about how we can do more to build safer and healthier communities where everybody can live with purpose and dignity.
executive director, Center for Court Innovation
project director, Art for Justice Fund, Ford Foundation (moderator)
commissioner, New York City Department of Probation
Pastor Isaac Scott
program director, The Confined Arts
artist and facilitator
director of arts strategies, Center for Court Innovation
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