The Art of Justice: Stories of Black Cultural Expression

COLUMBUS, OH -- Chief Justice Sharon L. Kennedy welcomes high school students, artists, and storytellers to celebrate art as inspiration for justice and service in our communities. The program aligns with the national Black History Month theme of African Americans and the Arts.

On Wednesday, February 7, 2024, at 1:00 p.m.,visual artist and arts educator Duarte Brown, storyteller and poet Lyn Ford, and Chiquita Mullins Lee, arts learning coordinator at the Ohio Arts Council will share stories of art transforming lives as a tool to serve justice.

The award-winning speakers bring Black cultural expression to Ohio communities through mentorship and arts programs that inspire younger generations. Following the discussion, the audience will be invited to ask questions about their work, its impact, and its focus on justice.

The program, which is being held at Supreme Court of Ohio, Main Courtroom 65 South Front Street in Columbus, is free and open to the public. Public access to the program via livestream begins at 1:00 p.m. on

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