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What Does It Mean to Have True Justice? Artists and Scholars Weigh In

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Southland Sessions Presents: From high school operas and drive-thru art exhibitions to Chicano comedies and underground DJ sets—we are showcasing the vibrancy of arts and culture across our city today.

In the second conversation of UCLA’s “10 Questions: Reckoning” series, Isaac Bryan, social justice scholar and public policy expert, Executive Director of the Black Policy Institute; Erin Christovale, associate curator at the Hammer Museum and co-founder of Black Radical Imagination; and Ursula Heise, environmental narrative scholar and multispecies justice advocate, explore the question, "What is Justice?"


Title: 10 Questions: Reckoning: What is Justice? 
Featuring: Isaac Bryan, Erin Christovale and Ursula Heise
Presented By: UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture
Originally Presented: Oct. 12, 2020

About This Series
Both an upper division undergraduate course and a series of public conversations open to the broader community, the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture's "10 Questions” series invites the public to join UCLA students in the virtual classroom to engage in vibrant conversation alongside leading faculty and distinguished alumni from across the university.

With COVID-19, the climate crisis, social and political turmoil unlike anything we have seen in a generation, and of course, a presidential election on our minds, this third installment of the annual 10 Questions series will be asking the most urgent set of questions yet.

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