Sarah Ross

South Side Weekly talks to education projects in IL prisons to learn about how we deliver courses despite COVID.

As a tool to discuss the limits and ideals of human rights within a carceral state, artists at Stateville Prison, who struggle daily for their own human rights, created block prints of each article in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The 51st (Free) State is a body of work that includes emblems, songs, choreography, graphic narratives, and stage sets to connect thousands of people incarcerated across the nation through a spatio-political imaginary.

A new PNAP book project will be released titled Carving Out Rights from Inside the Prison Industrial Complex, published by Hat and Beard Press. This book features theĀ 30 brilliantly crafted prints of the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, presented alongside essays, an interview and poetry. The artists and authors ask essential questions …

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