JtoJ is delighted to be working with Professor George Lewis at the University of Leicester in order to find a permanent venue for our civil rights exhibition. After five years touring to 15 communities in England, seen by over 180,000 people, we can’t wait to see it installed in a new home in Leicester.Continue Reading
At the 8th annual Leicester Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, members of Journey to Justice hosted a panel discussing Economic (In)Justice, Class and Education. We showed a short extract from our mini documentary, focusing on class and education, made with the film production company Rainbow Collective.Continue Reading
Hannah Simpson, a journalist, documentary researcher and Journey to Justice volunteer, has written a blog about an inspirational judge on LA’s Skid Row, who set up a running club for homeless individuals almost ten years ago.Continue Reading
Over 100 guests attended what was an unforgettable evening and a celebration of scores of people’s talent and time. We love both resources and are so grateful to the designers, builders, film makers, all participants, volunteers, funders, advisers & exhibition schleppers.Continue Reading
Read these two fascinating articles with US Civil Rights movement veterans by JtoJ volunteer Hannah
Simpson, shedding light on unforgettable experiences and their lasting impact.
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
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