This edition of the Visions of Justice series features interviews with five insightful contributors from the Decatur area:
- Dana Anderson, Artistic Director of Shakespeare Corrected
- Rev. Courtney Carson, a member of the Decatur School Board and Richland CC’s Executive Director of External Affairs
- Evelyn Hood, Founder of the African American Cultural & Genealogical Society
- Alex Miller, Founder and Executive Director of Shakespeare Corrected
- Lonnie Williams, Board Member of the African American Cultural & Genealogical Society
About the Series
Visions of Justice is an eight-part video series created in partnership with VAM STUDIO that brings together the perspectives of more than 30 Illinoisans spread over seven towns and cities to examine the far-reaching impacts of mass incarceration in our local communities.
Each edition features interviews with organizers, scholars, artists, and other residents in different Illinois communities: Bloomington-Normal, Carbondale, Chicago, Decatur, East St. Louis, Galesburg, and Urbana-Champaign. View the full series to watch the conversation unfold across the state.
Illinois Humanities and our Envisioning Justice initiative extend our deepest gratitude to the many collaborators and community partners who made Visions of Justice: Decatur possible: