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F&C Coalition Partners

Freedom & Captivity is a coalition of arts institutions, community organizations, advocacy and support groups for incarcerated and previously incarcerated people, criminal justice reform experts, abolitionists, and scholars who are offering a roster of coordinated activities events during Fall 2021 about incarceration, decarceration, and abolitionist visions in Maine.

Abbe Museum
ACLU of Maine
Atlantic Black Box Project
Beyond Prisons Podcast
Belfast Creative Coalition
The Cannery at South Penobscot
Center for the Arts and Humanities, Colby College
Colby College Museum of Art
Creative Portland
De-ICE Maine
Downeast Restorative Justice
Emery Community Arts Center
First Amendment Museum
Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
Indigo Arts Alliance
Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA
Justice Policy Program, University of Southern Maine
Lunder Institute of American Art
Maine Arts Journal
Maine Historical Society
Maine Humanities Council
Maine Inside Out
Maine Prisoner Advocacy Coalition
Maine State Archives
Maine State Library
Maine State Museum
Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance
Maine Youth Justice
Oak Institute for Human Rights, Colby College
Opportunity Scholars
Palaver Strings
Penobscot County Jail Storytelling Project
Portland Media Center
Portland Museum of Art
Portland Public Library
Portland Stage
Prison Education Partnership
Railroad Square
Scholars Strategy Network of Maine
Southern Maine Workers’ Center
The Strand
Ticonic Arts
TUG Collective
UMVA Gallery
University of New England Art Gallery
Waterville Creates

And faculty at Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Maine College of Art, University of Southern Maine, University of Maine School of Law, University of Maine-Augusta, University of Maine-Farmington, University of Maine-Orono.

We are grateful to our funders: Colby College, Creative Portland, Crewe Foundation, Maine Humanities Council, Portland Media Center, Scholars Strategy Network, SPACE, and the University of New Hampshire Public Humanities Center.