Luis Suave Gonzalez is a graduate from Villanova University, Dirctor of NuStop Resource Center, a 2014 TED talk presenter, a muralist, writer, and community activist, helping returning citizens acclimate themselves back into the community. He been feature on Latino USA on NPR, and In The Thick. He is the co-host to “From The Ivory Tower To The Street A Justice Conversation” on USALA Radio, on the Internet. He’s a public speaker who has spoken on the subject of mass incaceration in Universities in the USA. He’s a 2018 Art For Justice Fellow, and a 2018 Philadelphia TEDx presenter.
Last updated: Sep 25, 2018