Two Chicago women fold Soul Boxes in remembrance of loved ones and too many lives lost to gunfire. "I think we need to feel emotion about it. Maybe that'll help."
800 Soul Boxes made by Marian University students in honor of gunfire victims have sparked conversations at Trista Holz Studios, Fond du Lac, WI. "I'm not against guns," says art professor Deb Bartelt, "It's just awareness of how many people have died."
Soul Box Project founder, Leslie Lee, and surgeon Lily DiGiacomo explain the significance of participation in this community art project.
Moms Demand Action incorporates Soul Boxes in the remembrance of victims of the 2019 shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival.
A Baltimore mother finds productive respite in Soul Box Project during her ongoing efforts to receive justice for the police shooting of her son.
Portland's popular morning show interviews a father who has found solace in folding Soul Boxes after losing his teenage son to suicide.
Clips of interviews from various news channels with Soul Box Project founder Leslie Lee.
June 12, 2020 the fem word (scroll to interview #29) - conversation between Leslie Lee and the fem word's Monika Samtani and Kamryn Testa (transcript)