Who Is Involved?

The organizers of the Chicago Torture Justice Memorials (CTJM) Project:

Stephen Eisenman, Adam Green, Alice Kim, Carla Mayer, Joey Mogul, Laurie Palmer, Amy Partridge, Laurie Jo Reynolds, Ellen Rothenberg, Ben Stagl, Jan Susler, Daniel Tucker

The Advisory Board for the CTJM project include:

Locke Bowman, Legal Director of the Mac Arthur Justice Center

Darrell Cannon, Chicago Police Torture survivor

Sali Vickie Casanova, Cultural Artist/Educator, Black People Against Police Torture

Bernardine Dohrn, Northwestern Children Family and Justice Center

Mary Fabri, Director, Torture Treatment Services & International Training of the
Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center

Susan Gzesh, Executive Director of the Human Rights Program at the University of Chicago

Anthony Holmes, Chicago Police Torture survivor

Mariame Kaba, Founder and Director of Project NIA

Kevin Kaempf, Artist and Educator

Ronald Kitchen, Chicago Police Torture Survivor

Mary L. Johnson, Activist and mother of Chicago Police torture survivor Michael Johsnon

Andrea Lyon, Director of the Center for Justice in Capital Cases, DePaul University College of Law

Erica Meiners, Critical Resistance, Chicago

Mary Patten, Activist and Artist

Mary D. Powers, Coordinator of Citizens Alert

Michaela Purdue, Community Organizer and Human Rights Advocate

Therese Quinn, Activist/Teachers for Social Justice

Jane Ramsey, Executive Director, Jewish Council on Urban Affairs

Howard Saffold, Positive Anti-Crime Thrust

Mario Venegas, Human Rights Activist

G. Flint Taylor, People’s Law Office

Standish Willis, member of National Conference of Black Lawyers, founder of Black People Against Police Torture