Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice

Visit the Center gallery for the continuation of the interactive art space introduced by the Microaggressions at Brown Participatory Action Research (PAR) Team in Fall 2014. The art installation is an opportunity for all, regardless of identity, to share personal stories and read the stories of others. This work of art aims to promote self-reflexivity, reflecting on where you are in order to grow in love, in healing, and in solidarity.

Currently on display at the CSSJ Gallery at 94 Waterman Street through May 13, 2016

Open Monday-Friday 9 AM - 4:45 PM. To arrange for a group visit, please email slaveryjustice@brown.edu

Gallery Opening: "Hurt People Hurt People: A Transformative Justice Art Space for (Micro)Aggressions"
March 11th
CSSJ Gallery Space
5-7PM

Part of the exhibitPlease join for the gallery opening and continuation of the interactive art space introduced by the Microaggressions at Brown Participatory Action Research (PAR) Team in Fall 2014. The art installation is an opportunity for all, regardless of identity, to share personal stories, read the stories of others, and most of all, an experience and work of art to promote self-reflexivity: reflecting on where you are in order to grow in love, in healing, and in solidarity.

There will multiple discussion circles to engage in dialogue about micro(aggressions) and a place to record your experience(s). Food and refreshments will be provided.

View images of the exhibition