Performing Statistics is a cultural organizing project that uses art to model, imagine, and advocate for alternatives to youth incarceration. A group of artists, advocates, and organizers, we believe in a world without youth prisons and connect young people impacted by the juvenile justice system with the community and systems leaders through the arts.
Photo: Justice Parade for Youth, RISE for Youth, 2018. Photo by Mark Strandquist. Used with permission from ART 180.
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Performing Statistics is a fiscally sponsored project of Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs.
All photos by Mark Strandquist. Used with permission from ART 180.
Performing Statistics: Three Years at the Intersection of Arts & Activism
This report looks at our project's impact between 2016-2018. In it, you'll find a historical timeline, our theory of change, and our program model and outcomes. The report also includes an evaluation analysis conducted by Chris Dwyer, of RMC Research, that tracks our impact on youth, adults, public perceptions, and laws, policies, and procedures.
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