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Meet the Envisioning Justice Residency Team

Envisioning Justice is a 19-month initiative presented by Illinois Humanities that looks into how Chicagoans and Chicago artists respond to the the impact of incarceration in local communities and how the arts and humanities are used to devise strategies for lessening this impact. As part of Envisioning Justice, a selected group of writers, photographers, activists, artists, and organizers are working with Sixty as residents to publish writing and photo documentation of the work happening at the cross-section of art and the criminal justice system across Chicago. Meet the residents: Ally Almore Photographer at Let Us Breathe Collective Website | She/Her Ally Almore is an artist and photographer born and raised in Chicago, IL. She grew up in a low-income immigrant family household in Pilsen that was always full of personality. A documenter for creatives from all walks of life, Ally is not afraid to saturate her images, because they usually accompany saturated narratives. The people she photographs are anything but bland and she believes that it’s her responsibility as a photographer to do them justice. She has always naturally been drawn to photography and the idea …

Team

ADMINISTRATION Tempestt HazelExecutive Director, Co-foundertempestt.hazel@sixtyinchesfromcenter.orgBIO | Website | Writings Jennifer Patiño CervantesManager of Operations + Archiving / Poetry Editorjennifer.patino@sixtyinchesfromcenter.orgBIO | Website | Writings Kate Hadley ToftnessChicago Archives + Artists Project (CAAP) Directorkhtoftness@sixtyinchesfromcenter.orgBIO | CAAP Website EDITORIAL SENIOR EDITORSGreg RuffingSenior Editor BIO | Website | Writing Noor ShawafSenior EditorBIO | Writing Reuben WestmaasManaging EditorBIO | Writing ASSOCIATE EDITORSChristina NafzigerBIO | Website | Writing McKenzie BirminghamBIO Tim HoffBIO S. Nicole LaneBIO | Writing DIGITAL EDITORRyan Edmund ThielWebsite | Photography SENIOR WRITERS Notes: Each writer’s focus and expertise is listed, but they are not limited to those topics.Emily BreidenbachArts + Culture Archives, Art + DesignBIO | Writings Courtney GrahamLGBTQ+ Communities, Artists with DisabilitiesBIO | Writings Marya Spont-LemusInterdisciplinary Literary WorksBIO | Writings Sasha TyckoLGBTQ+ + POC Communities, Chicago NeighborhoodsBIO | Writings Nina WexelblattArt Book Reviews, Live + Performance Art, Chicago NeighborhoodsBIO | Writings SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHERSHannah SiegfriedWebsite Ryan EdmundWebsite FEATURE WRITERSIreashia BennettEliana BuenrostroAmanda DeeNoa/h FieldsAngelica FloresJessica Hammie (Regional, Champaign Urbana)Rachel L. Hausmann SchallKT HawbakerStella LeeAnnette LePiqueAlexander Martin (Regional, Peoria)Yasmin Zacaria MikhaielAnjali MisraChelsea RossMaya SimkinTamara Becerra ValdezJay Van Ort FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHERSIreashia BennettMark BlanchardJoshua JohnsonSarah JoyceKristie KahnsChelsea RossMichael SullivanEdvetté Wilson-Jones FEATURE ILLUSTRATORSJan BruggerKiki DupontJenny FrankGretchen HasseTesh Silver TRANSCRIBERSSara CortesNoah GeraciGloria GomezAmanda MeadLeslie RouserMarya …

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Sixty Inches From Center is a collective of writers, editors, artists, curators, librarians, and archivists who publish writings and produce collaborative projects about artists, archival practice, and culture in the occupied lands known as Chicago and the Midwest. We believe that the stories of artists, cultural workers, archivists, organizers, memory workers, and writers within our communities (LGBTQ+, femme, BIPOC, diasporic, and disability) are essential for understanding history and creating future canons that align with the more liberated and just worlds that reflect our dreams and realities. Our stories need to be preserved and promoted simultaneously, so we work with local and national archives while providing platforms and capsules for the cultural practices of our people. Although we are collectively-run, Sixty Inches From Center is a 501(c)(3) organization that survives on the donations of our readers and loyal followers like you. Sixty Inches From Center officially launched on October 31, 2010. Check out photos from our day-long art ride from Hyde Park Art Center to Chicago Urban Arts Society, Elastic Arts Foundation, and South Side Community Art …