Journey to Justice

We look forward to bringing the travelling exhibition to Edinburgh in the near future, following a successful taster session.
Stay posted for updates.
Exhibition Page (coming soon!)
Contact: Amy Duncan amyduncansongs@gmail.com
Our main partner for Islington JtoJ was Resource for London where the exhibition was on display and most events held. We worked with seven key community partners and told less told stories of local people who worked for social justice in the borough.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Mike Butler mikebutler@fastmail.fm
This is where the JtoJ travelling exhibition kicked off back in 2015. Hosted at Discovery Museum, the citywide programme of events was full of fascinating talks, walks, screenings and concerts. A Newcastle JtoJ group continues to organise events including to mark 100 years since some women won the right to vote.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Jason Hussein jhussein85@hotmail.com
Sheffield hosted the exhibition from May – June 2016 organised by a dedicated local team. We received really positive feedback, “This is a really powerful and beautifully assembled exhibition… Wonderfully interesting, moving and inspiring, that deserves very high coverage. Thank you.”
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Mark Hutchinson mark.hutchinson52@gmail.com
The JtoJ exhibition was installed in Brittan Hall at Teesside University as part of its Black History Month in October 2016. Students and staff volunteered to welcome visitors and it was promoted across campus and to local schools and community organisations.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Michele Harding michele.harding1@gmail.com
In November 2016, the JtoJ travelling exhibition left Sunderland, but its legacy and spirit lives on. Lindsey Mullan, JtoJ Sunderland co-ordinator, says the exhibition “served as a reminder that although Sunderland lies in a small corner of the world, it is a city with a wealth of experience relating to social justice issues.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Steve Newman newman.stephen57@yahoo.com
The exhibition reached Tower Hamlets in December 2016. Developing partnerships with Rich Mix, the Humanities Education Centre, Idea Store, Swadhinata Trust, Girlz United, the V&A Museum of Childhood, as well as many other groups and individuals.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Martin Spafford martinspaff@ntlworld.com
Our travelling exhibition was at beautiful Morley College Gallery (January 2017) telling stories of less well-known men, women and children who were involved in the US civil rights movement with links to local struggles for equality.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Carrie Supple carrie@journeytojustice.org.uk
The Nottingham JtoJ team ran a rich exhibition programme April-June 2017 at the National Justice Museum with local community organisations and schools.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Pat Boyer patriciaboyer@hotmail.com
Our exhibition was at the stunning new Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum, Dorchester from June to August 2018. It looked great, together with a very impressive new permanent exhibition bringing 200 years of justice and injustice to life.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Harriet Still harriet.still@shirehalldorset.org
The JtoJ travelling exhibition opened at Beckton Globe Library in Newham, east London March and April 2018. With a strong focus on music and Newham stories in partnership with Living Song CIC.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Jane Wheeler jane.wheeler@livingsong.org
JtoJ Liverpool welcomed a phenomenal 147,000 visitors during its six months at the International Slavery Museum. Check out the Liverpool exhibition page to see what a fantastic impact the exhibition had.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Tamla Parris-Bah
tamla.parris-bah@outlook.com
We look forward to bringing the travelling exhibition programme to Leicester in October 2019. A local team is planning stories, events and partnerships. Stay posted for updates.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Professor George Lewis gdgl1@leicester.ac.uk
We are looking for a West Midlands partner organisation.
View Exhibition Page (coming soon)
Contact: Carrie Supple carrie@journeytojustice.org.uk
We look forward to bringing the travelling exhibition to Leeds in the near future. Stay posted for updates.
View Exhibition Page (coming soon)
Contact: Nola Ellen nola@nolaellentraining.co.uk
JtoJ ran a vibrant taster day with Hull University and WISE (Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation) in November 2016. There is significant interest in bringing our exhibition to the city.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Carrie Supple carrie@journeytojustice.org.uk
Bristol was proud to host the Journey to Justice travelling exhibition in October 2017. We worked with a wide range of community groups, public organisations, volunteers and supporters who share our commitment to celebrate the history of social justice.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Dr Madge Dresser madgejdresser@gmail.com
JtoJ Brent is on display at the Library at Willesden Green with powerful examples of local activism, the Freedom of the Borough awarded to Nelson Mandela and stunning examples of activism via textiles, visual arts and poetry.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Camilla Churchill camilla.churchill@brent.gov.uk
We look forward to bringing the traveling exhibition to Kingston-upon-Thames in October 2020. Stay posted for updates.
View Exhibition Page (coming soon)
Contact JtoJ Kingston
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We look forward to bringing the travelling exhibition to Edinburgh in the near future, following a successful taster session.
Stay posted for updates.
Exhibition Page (coming soon!)
Contact: Amy Duncan amyduncansongs@gmail.com

Our main partner for Islington JtoJ was Resource for London where the exhibition was on display and most events held. We worked with seven key community partners and told less told stories of local people who worked for social justice in the borough.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Mike Butler mikebutler@fastmail.fm

This is where the JtoJ travelling exhibition kicked off back in 2015. Hosted at Discovery Museum, the citywide programme of events was full of fascinating talks, walks, screenings and concerts. A Newcastle JtoJ group continues to organise events including to mark 100 years since some women won the right to vote.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Jason Hussein jhussein85@hotmail.com

Sheffield hosted the exhibition from May – June 2016 organised by a dedicated local team. We received really positive feedback, “This is a really powerful and beautifully assembled exhibition… Wonderfully interesting, moving and inspiring, that deserves very high coverage. Thank you.”
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Mark Hutchinson mark.hutchinson52@gmail.com

The JtoJ exhibition was installed in Brittan Hall at Teesside University as part of its Black History Month in October 2016. Students and staff volunteered to welcome visitors and it was promoted across campus and to local schools and community organisations.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Michele Harding michele.harding1@gmail.com

In November 2016, the JtoJ travelling exhibition left Sunderland, but its legacy and spirit lives on. Lindsey Mullan, JtoJ Sunderland co-ordinator, says the exhibition “served as a reminder that although Sunderland lies in a small corner of the world, it is a city with a wealth of experience relating to social justice issues.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Steve Newman newman.stephen57@yahoo.com

The exhibition reached Tower Hamlets in December 2016. Developing partnerships with Rich Mix, the Humanities Education Centre, Idea Store, Swadhinata Trust, Girlz United, the V&A Museum of Childhood, as well as many other groups and individuals.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Martin Spafford martinspaff@ntlworld.com

Our travelling exhibition was at beautiful Morley College Gallery (January 2017) telling stories of less well-known men, women and children who were involved in the US civil rights movement with links to local struggles for equality.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Carrie Supple carrie@journeytojustice.org.uk

The Nottingham JtoJ team ran a rich exhibition programme April-June 2017 at the National Justice Museum with local community organisations and schools.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Pat Boyer patriciaboyer@hotmail.com

Our exhibition was at the stunning new Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum, Dorchester from June to August 2018. It looked great, together with a very impressive new permanent exhibition bringing 200 years of justice and injustice to life.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Harriet Still harriet.still@shirehalldorset.org

The JtoJ travelling exhibition opened at Beckton Globe Library in Newham, east London March and April 2018. With a strong focus on music and Newham stories in partnership with Living Song CIC.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Jane Wheeler jane.wheeler@livingsong.org

JtoJ Liverpool welcomed a phenomenal 147,000 visitors during its six months at the International Slavery Museum. Check out the Liverpool exhibition page to see what a fantastic impact the exhibition had.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Tamla Parris-Bah
tamla.parris-bah@outlook.com

We look forward to bringing the travelling exhibition programme to Leicester in October 2019. A local team is planning stories, events and partnerships. Stay posted for updates.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Professor George Lewis gdgl1@leicester.ac.uk

We are looking for a West Midlands partner organisation.
View Exhibition Page (coming soon)
Contact: Carrie Supple carrie@journeytojustice.org.uk

We look forward to bringing the travelling exhibition to Leeds in the near future. Stay posted for updates.
View Exhibition Page (coming soon)
Contact: Nola Ellen nola@nolaellentraining.co.uk

JtoJ ran a vibrant taster day with Hull University and WISE (Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation) in November 2016. There is significant interest in bringing our exhibition to the city.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Carrie Supple carrie@journeytojustice.org.uk

Bristol was proud to host the Journey to Justice travelling exhibition in October 2017. We worked with a wide range of community groups, public organisations, volunteers and supporters who share our commitment to celebrate the history of social justice.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Dr Madge Dresser madgejdresser@gmail.com

JtoJ Brent is on display at the Library at Willesden Green with powerful examples of local activism, the Freedom of the Borough awarded to Nelson Mandela and stunning examples of activism via textiles, visual arts and poetry.
View Exhibition Page
Contact: Camilla Churchill camilla.churchill@brent.gov.uk

We look forward to bringing the traveling exhibition to Kingston-upon-Thames in October 2020. Stay posted for updates.
View Exhibition Page (coming soon)
Contact JtoJ Kingston