Pipeline: How the Arts Disrupt the School to Prison Pipeline

From March 19th to March 30th, come see Natalie Smith’s Student Social Justice Exhibit. Smith’s exhibit looks into America’s incarceration system and how art could be a vehicle for change within it. Look near the reference desk to see how art is, and can be, used within incarceration and the community!


Gleeson Library cordially invites USF students to create library displays on social justice issues near and dear to you. You come up with the idea and design your own signage. The library will supply the space and the books. Sound intriguing? We’d love to hear from you. Please email reference@usfca.edu to collaborate on a student social justice exhibit.


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