Tickets available for Detroit 67:  Here

Tickets available for Detroit 67: Here

Beyond Policing: Community-based strategies for safety

Sunday Feb. 24 (afternoon post-show panel)

Join organizers and practitioners for a post-show discussion about the current state of safety and policing in Phoenix-metro area.

Panelists Include:

Joseph Larios (InSite Consultants)

Ralph Remington (Tempe Center for the Arts)

Lola N’Sangou Levesque (Justice That Works)

Parris Wallace (Poder In Action)

Facilitated by: Ashley Hare (InSite Consultants)

The Power of Arts & Culture to Make social Change

Friday, march 15 (post-show panel)

Join InSite Consultants as we facilitate a post-show talk on the radical and urgent ways artists and cultural workers use creative practices to bring awareness to issues of social justice.

Panelist Include:

Ralph Remington (Director of Detroit 67’)

Ashley Hare (ReFrame Youth Arts Center)

Dr. Mathew Sandoval (Barrett Honors College ASU)

Facilitated by: Mary Stephens (InSite Consultants)


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Creating Place:

Creative strategies for light rail safety

Thursday, January 31 / 2019

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Free & Open to the Public

Location: Audubon Center

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Join InSite Consultants as we bring community organizers, safety staff, and creative thinkers together to share knowledge about what safety means to communities most impacted by disparity. We have asked our panelists to think about safety expansively to include public health and cultural/artistic engagement as ways to achieve inclusion and representation, and to achieve safety from displacement, incarceration and increased policing.

Panelist: Moderated by Ashley Hare & Mary Stephens

Dr. Maria Jackson / Creative Placemaking & ASU Fellow

Teresa Mabry / Mijente & Black Electoral Justice Project

Adrian Ruiz / Security - Valley Metro