Creating Equitable Policy Change through Arts and Culture Strategies

This webinar featured two experts from our recent report, George Galvis of Communities United for Restorative Justice (CURYJ), and Kimberly Driggins of Detroit’s Planning and Development Department (formerly at District of Columbia’s Office of Planning). Panelists engaged in a discussion about using arts and culture strategies to advocate for and implement meaningful policy change and equitable development. In a conversation co-facilitated by Kalima Rose of PolicyLink and Maria R. Jackson of the Kresge Foundation, participants were able to better understand how arts and culture can be a driver of policy, and economic and social change.