Mashaun Ali Hendricks is a restorative justice practitioner and visual artist. He is a result-oriented practitioner and educator in restorative justice philosophy and practices, specializing in providing training and professional development for youth services providers, including K - 12 teachers and school administrators, community organizations, and criminal justice systems. He is a social justice visionary committed to resolving social issues that lead to instances of crime and violence in under-served and disadvantaged communities. As a visual artist, Mashaun owns the streetwear brand, TRAP House Chicago. In the summer of 2016, Mashaun was selected as a Homan Square Artist in Residence at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
The Chicago Transformation Collab brought Chicagoans together who are on the frontlines in the fight for justice.