Narrative Justice Project
The Narrative Justice Project creates new space to connect voice, story, and justice. The Project consists of two primary activities. First, an annual Narrative Justice Workshop for writers, poets, lawyers, and activists. This will be a full-day workshop to discuss drafts of creative interdisciplinary works inspired by real issues like domestic violence or climate change, racial discrimination, homelessness, or not being able to get to work because your subway station shut down. The purpose is for humans to help each other improve their work and their spirit, to create a useful and engaging dialogue. Second, there will be an annual print journal celebrating interdisciplinary works of literature, art, and law. Along the way, too, there will be Lost and Found collectives, for small groups to share compressed works of narrative justice. Your kind donation will help all of this get started. Thank you.
-- G K Tewari