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Activist artists including actor Danny Glover, singer-songwriters Aloe Blacc and Maya Jupiter, hip-hop luminary Chuck D, poet Luis Rodriquez and other advocates for sweeping change in the U.S. criminal justice system are visiting UCLA April 12–14 for a series of talks, performances, interactive art workshops, film screenings and an exhibition featuring creative work from incarcerated individuals. All events on campus are free and open to the public. It’s all part of the inaugural “ Connecting Art and Law for Liberation ” festival created by Delaram Kamalpour, third-year student at UCLA School of Law and an alumna of UCLA’s College of Letters and Science. She is also the fellow for... Full story

15 April