Approximately three years ago, Intersections staff met with law enforcement and civic leaders from Memphis Tennessee, to talk about the relationship between local communities and law enforcement. What followed was the creation of Uniform Justice, a play that uses the Insight theory of conflict resolution to address those relationships.
Since then, powerful and thought-provoking performances of Uniform Justice have played to appreciative audiences in Memphis, Cleveland, and New York. The play is currently undergoing a transformation in preparation for audiences in Montclair, New Jersey.
The Rev. Cheryl Lindsay of Cleveland’s Mt. Zion Congregational Church interviewed Rev. Bob Chase, Founding Director of Intersections, about the history of the play, and the lasting impact that Uniform Justice has had on the city of Memphis. A portion of the interview can be seen below; the full interview can be seen here http://on.fb.me.