ART FOR JUSTICE
PRISONER ART FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE
P.O. Box 526 | Harleysville, PA 19438
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Charles Z. Lawson - "Hanging Tree"
Charles Z. Lawson - "Bryan Stevenson"
Daniel Gwynn - "Jena Six"
Charles Z. Lawson, co-founder of Art for Justice, created a tribute portrait of Bryan Stevenson (shown above). Bryan Stevenson, an attorney, author of "Just Mercy", and the founder / executive director of Equal Justice Initiative, has announced on April 26, 2018 in Montgomery, Alabama, the opening of:
The Legacy Museum - documenting the history of slavery and its legacy in the United States.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice - the first National Memorial dedicated to victims of racial terror lynching in the United States.
Art for Justice stands in respect and in honor of individuals who have experienced injustice and inhumanity and for those who continue to fight for justice and human decency throughout our country.
For more information about the Opening of the The Legacy Museum and The National Memorial for Peace and Justice: www.eji.org.
Is to support and exhibit prisoner art to:
• Promote public dialog on ways to prevent crime
• Reduce levels of incarceration
• Find effective, humane ways to improve the criminal justice system
Art for Justice - Shows the humanity behind bars. Brings awareness to systemic flaws in the criminal justice system. Seeks solutions to eliminate injustice.
* Artworks are either privately owned or have been donated to Art for Justice.
WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT BY SHENDERGRAPHIX DESIGN STUDIO
"The Underground Railroad" - by Daniel Gwynn