March 14, 2019

1:00 – 2:30pm


Above and Beyond Borders Webinar

Join Arts & Democracy, No Longer Empty, and NOCD-NY for a webinar with artists and cultural organizers from Chicago, IL, Douglas, AZ and New York, NY who are actively working to envision a life of dignity for immigrants, detainees and prisoners, individuals who have been violated and rendered invisible.

The webinar will feature presentations on an art program co-created with prisoners at Cook County Jail and neighbors living in its vicinity, a collective using the arts to re-envision the US/MX border, and a sanctuary-based organization engaging cultural organizing to build solidarity and support for an immigrant population under threat of deportation in NYC.

Featured programs and presenters include:

Maria Gaspar’s 96 Acres Project and
Radioactive: Stories from Beyond the Wall

M Jenea Sanchez’s Border Arts Corridor

Members of the New Sanctuary Coalition’s art wing

Facilitated by Raquel de Anda, No Longer Empty



You will have an opportunity to ask questions, share a project of your own, and connect with others from across the country.

Receive information about how to join the webinar HERE. It will be hosted on Zoom. Instructions on how to access the webinar will be sent to you after you register.

This event is co-sponsored by No Longer Empty, Arts & Democracy and NOCD-NY.



Maria Gaspar, Radioactive: Stories from Beyond the Wall, site intervention at Cook County Department of Corrections, 2018. Photo credit: Sarah J. Rhee