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Talks @ Pulitzer Justice Series: Norris Henderson, Brian Frank, & Helena Huang
As a national uprising against systemic racism takes place throughout the United States, Norris Henderson, Brian Frank, and Helena Huang discuss the power of art to create change and inspire justice in American communities.

Jul 8, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brian Frank
Photojournalist, Pulitzer Center Grantee
In the summer of 2018, Frank launched a pilot workshop exploring “Visions of Justice” with court-involved youth at San Francisco State University, provoking a strong conversation about the ability of artistic outlets to support youth in the criminal justice system.
Norris Henderson
Founder, Executive Director @Voice of the Experienced
Norris Henderson is the founder and executive director of Voice of the Experienced (VOTE) and Voters Organized to Educate, through which he works to impact public policy and discourse about reentry, police accountability, and public defense for marginalized communities. As someone who was wrongfully incarcerated for 27 years, he shares first-hand experience of racism and brutality of the criminal justice system with communities of color throughout the country.
Helena Huang
Project Director @Art for Justice Fund
Helena Huang manages the Art for Justice Fund. Established by art philanthropist Agnes Gund in June 2017 and administered by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, the $100 million, five-year fund is dedicated to ending mass incarceration in the United States through criminal justice grants in support of high-impact campaigns in the justice sector and the arts.