Stacey Balkun writes about Minnie Bruce Pratt’s "Crime Against Nature"
 
brown cattails in the foreground of a natural landscape featuring a river and rolling hills
 

Try out this collaborative verse form as way of connecting with others.
 
A mural of extended hands in maroon, bright blue, aqua, and yellow.
 

"Let me tell you where it all started."
 
Kids with their backs turned to the camera in baile folklorico dress / photo by Delia Wagner
 

Learn more about this organization and how to get involved
 
Sonoran Prevention Works and Art for Justice logo against red backgrounds
 

The poet reads "Characteristics of Life" from her 2016 Climate Change + Poetry reading
 
Camille T. Dungy stands in front of a gray brick wall, head tilted downward, slightly smiling
 

Leela Denver introduces Spring 2021 exhibition Poems of Love and Compassion
 
Detail from Gary Paul Nabhan's "Seed of a Song"
 

Art For Justice

See the work from leading poets as part of this project that seeks to confront racial inequities within the criminal justice system to promote social justice and change.