The first event is a discussion between representatives from the Justice Ambassador Youth Council (Elias Hernandez, Mia Fox, Emanuel Daudu, and Tyler Campbell) and Manhattan District Attorney candidate Lucy Lang to discuss future policies for preventing gun violence in amongst young people as well as alternatives to incarceration for justice-involved youth. This event will take place on Friday, June 4th at 4:00pm. It will be live streamed on The Confined Arts Facebook.
Justice Ambassadors Youth Council is a platform for 16 to 24 year olds who’ve been previously justice-involved and Youth residing in New York City, to participate in an eight week, structured classroom setting with city officials to hold conversations about challenging community issues, including poverty, trauma, racial inequality, and to co-develop policy proposals.
Join us for a roundtable discussion between Manhattan District Attorney candidate Lucy Lang, City Council District 7 candidate Keith Harris, and Pastor Isaac Scott. This conversation will delve into each candidate’s platform and explore their proposed policies for ending mass incarceration and upholding public safety in New York City. This event will take place on Friday, June 4th at 1:00pm. It will be live streamed on The Confined Arts Facebook.
Theater of the Oppressed is collaborating with the Fortune Society to host a forum play and game show about people being blocked from needs because of their past.
May 06, 2021 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
TONYC's Zoom Theatre
On February 13th, Silent Cry Inc. held a community rally for Black History Month in honor of Albert L Philips Sr. and honored five law enforcement officers who are creating community through caring for community. We gave out community resources, food PPE, books, children's clothing, and more. To continue advocating on behalf of Silent Cry Inc., please contact your New York Senator Brian A. Benjamin at 212-222-7315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org that you are in support of the Post-Traumatic Prison Disorder Shawanna W76337 Bill.
When it comes to community grassroots organizing and coalition building for equity and inclusion, we must be mindful to never overlook smaller, less structurally developed advocacy groups, especially before we understand their on-the-ground impacts on the lives of people they serve. Shout out to Shawanna Vaughn and Silent Cry Inc. and The FARM, Inc H.O.L.L.A. Cobra Marching Band and more for their continued leadership and for being on the ground providing those resources that are most needed.
Follow Silent Cry Inc. on Instagram at @silent_cry_inc and on Twitter at @SilentcrySv. Go visit their website at https://silentcryinc.org/.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11 @ 6PM
CLAIMING THE VISUAL NARRATIVE
Claiming the Visual Narrative in Newark, NJ is a community arts project created by The Confined Arts (TCA) with the goal of developing representative imagery in Newark, a community that continues to be vulnerable to racially unjust narratives of the war on drugs.
The Confined Arts has partnered with Yendor Productions, a Newark based organization that fosters hope and healing through access to the arts and cross-cultural programming, to host a community meeting where grass-roots Organizations, Artists, Activist, and other community stakeholders can discuss the role that public art and aesthetics can play in ending to the war on drugs and systemic racism in Newark.
The Claiming the Visual Narrative Project will be responding to the Salvation and Social Justice Coalition call to action, as we explore the role that public arts and aesthetics can play in abolishing the war on drugs in New Jersey, and specifically the Newark’s West Ward.
The Confined Arts will also be discussing media production opportunities that are available Spring 2021 for ARTISTS IN NEWARK through our partnership with the Newark Community Solution Center
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.