Creating Justice: April 20, 2019
Welcome and thank you for registering in advance for Creating Justice! Please join us for a day of presentations, workshops, and performances that celebrate the contribution of art to social justice movements. This event is a unique way to build community and awaken our imaginations. Refreshments and dinner are provided! The event is free, family-friendly, and open to all. There is no registration fee for this year's event, simply fill in the information below.

Creating Justice takes place at Oakton Community College, 1600 E. Golf Rd, Des Plaines, IL, 60016 in the TenHoeve Center. Parking in Lot C is most convenient. Doors will open at 12:30pm: the event itself will be from 1-8pm. Our campus is wheelchair accessible. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact Oakton's Access & Disability Resource Center (847.635.1759 or

This year we are featuring….Aram Han Sifuentes ++ Aaron Hughes and Yvette Pino ++ Yousuf Saeed ++ Rachel Wallis and Melissa Blount ++J’Sun Howard with Solomon Bowser and Dedrick Gray ++ Chi-Nations Youth Council and Santiago X ++ Make art with members of the Chicago ACT Collective ++ Music by ÉSSO Afrojam Funkbeat

Free dinner and live music. To see the full schedule, visit

Creating Justice 2019 is sponsored by the Oakton Educational Foundation and the Humanities and Philosophy Department. Additional support has been provided by the Honors Program, the Behavioral and Social Sciences Department, the Environmental Studies, Peace and Social Justice Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies Concentrations, and the Diversity Council.

For information, contact Mohamed Mehdi at
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