SPECS Broken

BROKEN? THE EXHIBITION

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Broken? exhibition is the product of the Summer 2015 Picture Justice program. Developed in collaboration with the United Nations International School, Picture Justice is a human rights photojournalism program that enables students from diverse backgrounds to study human rights, photography and engage with a current social justice issue.

Broken? informs its viewers and promotes dialogue about the US criminal justice system and the effects of mass incarceration.

With this exhibit, we hope to raise interest and provoke conversations on what Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, calls “the most pressing racial justice issue of our time.” 

SPECIFICATIONS

Contents
9 fabric panels: 40 x 70 inches

Signage
Suspended from ceiling /railing OR attached to wall /partition

FEES
$3,000 for the first month
$500 for each additional month

Program
PROOF is able to liaise with educators and community to provide workshops, lectures, seminars and panel discussions

Education
Additional links to resources can be provided upon request

SHIPPING
To and from:
PROOF: Media for Social Justice
Center for Social Innovation
601 W 26th Street Suite 325
New York, NY 10001

*Borrower bears all fees, including shipping and insurance.

CONTACT
PROOF: Media for Social Justice
Phone: 914 522 3109 | Email: info@proof.org