One of the things that I absolutely love about The Justice Conference is its display of art such as music, poetry, and films to contribute to the conversation on justice. Artist Justin Dillon, Founder of Made in a Free World, spoke earlier today on the importance of seeing justice as an art form. He shared three things that we must employ in this adventure of artistic creation, advocacy, and solution-making for our justice movement.
First, we must embrace our vulnerability. When we do something as an artist that is new it is a very stretching experience because people might not like it, it might fail, and it will disrupt and frustrate the way you think plans need to happen. The benefits of exploring and sharing your vulnerability is that you can find people who will participate in something and with someone that has transparent, humble, and honest convictions about…
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