Ferguson Voices Stories


A key element of PROOF's advocacy work is the use of personal stories. Currently featuring stories from our exhibitions, "Broken?" and "Ferguson Voices: Disrupting the Frame", PROOF invites you to click below to hear first-hand some of the stories of the upstanders, activists, and those directly affected by injustice who we have worked with to learn about moral courage through personal experience.


Ferguson Voices: Disrupting the Frame is part of the Moral Courage Project, a collaboration between the University of Dayton's Human Rights Center and PROOF to document, archive, and publicize instances of moral courage.

We invite you to click here or see below to learn from and about the Ferguson community through interviews that reflect and capture the experiences and life journeys of Ferguson residents.


Photos by Mark Katzman