ART FOR JUSTICE
PRISONER ART FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE
P.O. Box 526 | Harleysville, PA 19438
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Tyrone Werts speaker during "Hope" Exhibition at ArtsQuest's Banana Factory Arts Center.
Chester Hollman Jr. and Dennis Crosson tell about Chester Holmn III's wrongful conviction
Hope in Hard Times: Prisoner Art for Social Justice
Sponsored by the Moravian Church’s Eastern District, was on exhibit at ArtsQuest’s Banana Factory Arts Center, Bethlehem, PA from March 1 – April 21. A Vigil for Hope in the Criminal Justice System was held on March 24 when Chester Hollman Jr., joined by Deanna Hollman, shared the tragic injustice of his son, Chester Hollman III’s wrongful conviction and sentence of life without parole in PA. The Moravian Theological Seminary sponsored Tyrone Werts's presentations on March 19 at the Seminary.
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
Our Mission . . .
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.
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