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What We Do

The Justice Fleet is a mobile social justice museum that fosters community and individual healing through art, dialogue, and play. Originally housed inside of box trucks, our exhibits are completely mobile and can be experienced as stand alone events, or  in tandem with outreach, consulting and/or training opportunities.

What We Value

At The Justice Fleet, we value healing in community. Each mobile exhibit features different forms of interactive therapy including art, play, sound, horticulture, rage therapy, and dialogue to engage community members in discussions about healing justice, implicit and explicit bias, social justice, and empathy.

At The Justice Fleet, we believe in Radical Inclusion and Humanizing Equity, which means those most impacted by systemic injustice should have the loudest voices within our organizations and become the faces of solutions. We take our cues from community members and treat them as the stakeholders.

At The Justice Fleet, we believe that curiosity, joy, and radical rest are necessary for transformation. We prioritize experiences that approach radical change through asking questions, taking risks, learning from mistakes, and trying again. We believe that difficult conversations are made easier when we have joy, laughter, and space to express ourselves. We believe that rest is a revolutionary act and take time to experience and reflect on the fullness of our humanity.


Our Exhibits 

Our first exhibit uses paint therapy to engage community members in a dialogue about Radical Forgiveness—the profound notion that we don’t have to live with fear, pain, hostility, or injustice because we have control over the way we perceive, understand, and act.


Our second exhibit, Radical Imagination , invites the community to come together to imagine new systems, institutions, and communities that are just, equitable, and flourishing.

Transfuturism is a photography, oral history, and art activism project that utilizes Afrofuturistic art to render the lives of black trans and gender people complex and visible.

Our latest exhibit currently in development is the Grief Garden. The Grief Garden will create a safe, green, public space for community members to grieve publicly or in isolation and provide creative and inspirational outlets for people to access and process their own grief and beginning their healing journey. 

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