Radical Forgiveness is the profound notion that we don't have to live with fear, pain, hostility, or injustice. That we have control over the way we perceive, understand, act, and react in our world. In a socially unjust world, we experience moments that require small and large acts of repair. Radical forgiveness is a fluid and deliberate process that allows us to repair the tears, rips, and gaping wounds that impede us from being better versions of ourselves and bettering our world.
Visitors begin the exhibit with a display on Radical Forgiveness and engage in an art-activism project called the Forgiveness Quilt where they will share their own biases and seek forgiveness.