The Justice Arts Coalition, with the support of two graduate students from the George Washington University, is conducting a comprehensive evaluation of its programming. As part of this process, we are asking for members of the JAC community to complete a brief survey about their experiences with JAC activities. If you have participated in our programs, made use of the resources on our website, been in contact with our team, or stayed connected via social media, we welcome your participation. Your feedback will be used to help inform and strengthen our programs moving forward.
While we hope many of you will choose to complete the survey, participation is completely optional, and there are no negative consequences for choosing not to participate. Those who do participate can also choose to leave individual questions blank, and any information provided will be completely anonymized, and reported through averages, rather than individually.
If you do choose to participate, we ask that you please complete this online survey by March 21st.
Thank you very much for your feedback and support of the Justice Arts Coalition!
“Woman with White Head Wrap,” Harry Ellis
“Fernicular Flower,” Chris Schulze
“Locked Up,” Gary Farlow
“In His Hands,” Gregory Bolden
“Boulder #2,” by Douglas Earls