I'm thrilled to share that my chapter in The Palgrave International Handbook of Human Trafficking is now available for free online.
Good news for fans of She Has A Name - two great resources are now available on my website: Human Trafficking Reading List Discussion Guide - She Has A Name If you are looking to influence the conversation about injustice in your community make sure you check them out.
Scenes from both production-ready theatre scripts of She Has A Name can now be previewed at AndrewKooman.com. If you're a theatre director looking for a proven story about human trafficking and want a glimpse of what She Has A Name is all about, start right here.
Every once in a while I get asked, "How did you start to write about justice issues?" For me, it was an interesting convergence of faith, art and justice in my own life. Newly aware I wanted to use my inclination for the written word to address justice issues I was shocked to learn about, I was given an opportunity.
Aesthetic Whistle-Blowers - an academic article on the importance of art in addressing injustices like human trafficking
I'm happy to share that some of that work will soon be available in The Palgrave International Handbook of Human Trafficking. I wrote an article entitled, "Aesthetic Whistle-Blowers: The Importance and Limitations of Art and Media in Addressing Human Trafficking."