We create Artful Conversations and Creative Presentations as a creative way to engage the public in a heart to heart dialogue about social/emotional justice issues. We challenge the public to think critically about what they unconsciously think about those that are different than them. We use the arts such as theatre, spoken word poetry and dance as a way to start conversations. We tour to public/private schools, juvenile detention centers, correction facilities, institutions and professional conferences.
It's okay to change your mind about the way you think!
Live performances are postponed till the end of COVID-19
All touring projects to public schools are postponed till the end of COVID-19. We are currently creating online events to help you during this time.
California School Resource Officers Association fully supports the presentation of Jodie Knowles.
As you are aware, she brings to life the many challenges and negative stereotypes of those with learning disabilities. Her presentation brings understanding to the issues, challenges and emotions so many of our adolescents in and out of the juvenile justice system face. In turn, this understanding should bring about change in the way we view young people and how we conduct operations.