Practicing Radical Forgiveness in the Political now: A Justice Fleet Exhibit Fostering Healing through Art, Dialogue and Play.
This essay highlights The Justice Fleet’s Radical Forgiveness exhibit as one experience dedicated to highlighting the need for active healing through traumas whilst simultaneously fighting against them. I begin by defining social justice and radical forgiveness within this political moment, and then turn towards The Ferguson Neighborhood Policing Committee and their use of Radical Forgiveness as a site for healing post Michael Brown’s murder.
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