Ngunan Adamu of Radio Merseyside interviewed JtoJ director Carrie on International Women’s Day 2021 about our aims, work and impact.Continue Reading
uman Rights Struggles and the Enduring Journey to Justice. JtoJ volunteer and trustee Tania Aubeelack interviews JtoJ director Carrie Supple for Exposure Youth Communications charity – one of our longtime partners.Continue Reading
JtoJ volunteer Onycha Walford’s ‘Ballet Blues’ describes a devastating childhood experience of racism.
In her heartfelt tribute to Ms Lauryn Hill, Onycha celebrates the singer’s music and what she represents.
Working in PR & Communications for the National Museums Liverpool, Sahar works across the International Slavery Museum, World Museum and the Waterfront Transformation Project. She has a huge passion for the arts, culture and education with over five years of working in the PR industry, and is actively engaged in the fight for social justice and raising awareness on matters of racial injustice, systemic racism and equal rights.Continue Reading
All over the country people are hoping for change. Change in what neighbours can do together maybe, or improved services to the community. Or perhaps changes in the law, or for a safer, healthier, more equal world.
Recently, the pandemic, Black Lives Matter and the climate crisis have made us think even more about what kind of society we want to live in.Continue Reading
On this MLK day, Journey to Justice would like to remind you of a wonderful short film made for us by Exposure, an award-winning youth media charity supporting young people to improve their confidence, communication and employability skills. They took part of Dr King’s speech on accepting his honorary degree from Newcastle University. Five months later he was shot dead.Continue Reading
Watch the recording of our 2020 Human Rights Day event with Janice Kelsey, US civil rights activist from Birmingham, Alabama and JtoJ partners from Birmingham, UK, dedicated to social justice.Continue Reading
The panel’s letter included this feedback. We are delighted and say congratulations to all winners.
“We received a high volume of compelling applications and Journey to Justice’s proposal stood out for the timeliness of its subject and track record of exhibitions that bring activism into museums, as well as a host of other institutions…Continue Reading