Below are some current and upcoming JAM Humanities programs.

JAM Museum is our virtual exhibit space where we will have permanent JAM exhibits and host rotating exhibits.

Reproductive Justice is for Everyone!

Reproductive Justice is for Everyone! is a virtual art exhibit that will open in Fall of 2022. The call for submissions will be released in early 2022; to receive the call, leave us your contact information.

The term “Reproductive Justice” was coined by Loretta Ross of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective, and it applies a human rights framework to reproductive health advocacy. Reproductive Justice centers the experiences of people who are often marginalized in society, including women of color, women who are poor, trans people, and others, and in so doing, it calls attention to many aspects of reproductive health that are often overlooked, such as the right to raise children in a safe environment with access to affordable food and healthcare, the right to prenatal care, and the right to have children, as well as the right to access abortion and birth control. Reproductive Justice is For Everyone! asks artists to explore the myriad manifestations, experiences, emotions, and meanings of reproductive justice.

Confederate Dedications will be an online educational archive of Confederate monument dedication speeches and accounts from dedication events.