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Goals & Learning Outcomes

Radical Forgiveness

While visiting the truck, patrons will be able to:

  1. Reflect on the importance of forgiveness and letting go of pain, hate, and fear that stem from our implicit and explicit biases.

  2. Apply radical forgiveness in our immediate lives.

  3. Begin to see difference as something worth celebrating in an effort to re-humanize people who are different.

  4. Engage in dialogue with people who are different from us in an effort to re-humanize those who are different.

Radical Imagination

While visiting the truck, patrons will be able to:

  1. Spark critical and imaginative ideas around ways to better our world.

  2. Engage in dialogue around what it means to critically imagine.

  3. Engage in an experiential learning exercise designed to help patrons think critically about societal structures and the injustices they create for different groups of people.


While visiting the truck, patrons will be able to:

  1. Explore gender as a social construct.

  2. Learn about the inequality an injustice that trans and gender non-conforming people experience.

  3. Celebrate the varying manifestations of gender in trans and gender non-conforming people.

  4. Re-humanize trans and gender non-conforming people through dialogue in an effort to reduce discursive and physical violence.

Black Girl Magic

While visiting the truck, patrons will be able to:

  1. Engage in dialogue about the inequality and injustices Black girls, women, and femmes experience.

  2. Humanize black girls.

  3. Create space for Black girls to explore their own identities and celebrate their differences.

  4. Spark excitement, love, communal healing, and empowerment for black girls through play.

Grief Garden

1. Provide information about the grieving process and why it is a necessary component of healing.

2. Create a safe space for community members to grieve publicly or in isolation.

3. Acknowledge that there are many ways to grieve.

4. Provide creative and inspirational outlets for people to access and process their own grief.

5. Bring community together in times of communal crisis so people can grieve in ways that promote healing.

6. Destigmatize grief so that people do not think of it as a solely private activity for people who are weak, but rather a healthy process that is necessary for everyone.

7. Ensure green spaces flourish in Black communities, rural communities, poor communities, and communities of color.


The exhibits travel to communities and “pop up” at community organizations, in parks, in busy parking lots, on busy streets, outside of museums, on or near college campuses, at music festivals, and during organized community events throughout the United States. The outsides of the exhibits are designed to invite people in and welcome them to the different spaces.

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