Noah Andersen-Kiel, Ryan Breytspraak, Reilly Finnigan, and Cody Larson
The prison system works in a manner that uses freedom as a punishment. When we think about reintegration, freedom plays a huge role in that. Once free people are taken into jail, they are stripped of all of their freedom. Then, they are returned into society, and expected to be ready to regain all freedoms with very little guidance. Our project works to bring these stories to the forefront and tries to spark change within current reintegration programs that seem to be very ineffective.
Roop Basra, Mia Butler, Lucy Gribble, and Aly Paul
When asked to create a website centered on people who have limited freedom we wanted to address the inequity and injustice that exists in education systems across the transatlantic. We firmly believe that all people have the right to an equal education and want to address that many people are not receiving an equal education on the basis of race, even today. Over time, education became much more accessible to all people but we still have not reached a place where racism does not affect someone's ability to receive an education.
Zacharias Coulis, Jocelin Diaz, Grace Kurban, and Siera Post
Freedom is not given to the oppressed, it is fought for. Women's freedom has always been repressed, restricted, and constrained. This site is dedicated to the untold stories and experiences of women and their struggle for freedom in London, England, and Cape Town, South Africa during the Industrial Revolution.
Taylor Davis, Ava Donaldson, Tyler Etcheson, and Shayna Johnson
The rise of mass incarceration in Africa and the Americas has put millions of black and indigenous people of color in the prison system. We believe that the stories of struggle against the presence of white freedom should be told and the voices of victims should be heard. To do this, modern musicians are using hip hop as a tool to combat against injustice in the penal system and bring light to the experience of prison-for-profit.
Adrianna Glascott, Jared Pietila, MacKenzie Quinn, and Anna Rowell
For our project, we decided to tackle the topic of gentrification. More specifically, we cover gentrification transatlantically by looking at Port Au Prince, and also look at gentrification in Miami and Indianapolis, our own backyard.
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