The Journey to Justice exhibition is coming to the Galleries of Justice in Nottingham from February-June 2017! One half of the exhibition focuses on the US civil rights movement, its links to the UK, and its wider impact; the other will tell the stories of campaigns for freedom, equality, and human rights in the Nottingham area in the past and present. It is to be accompanied by a vibrant programme of events, which will run at venues throughout the city and promote Journey to Justice’s mission, and a new website that will trace and document Nottingham’s Journey to Justice.
We are looking for M3C students from all 6 institutions to facilitate projects that will feature as part of the local section of the exhibition, as part of the complimentary programme of events, or as articles, digital stories, blogs, photography collections, or short films on the Journey to Justice: Nottingham website. If you would like to find out more about how you can get involved, you are invited to attend a taster/recruitment session in Room 308 Boots Library at Nottingham Trent University (City Campus) on Friday 14th October from 1pm until 3pm. During the session, we will discuss the context of the project, some ideas and examples of prospective projects, and, most importantly, any ideas that you might have. There will also be refreshments and a free lunch!
A list of possible project ideas has been added to the VPP page, click here to find out more: http://bit.ly/2cZUeMo
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