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The Color Line Project (CLP) convened artists, educators and activists, and helped them strengthen their understanding of each other and their heritage and community through the established storytelling methodology called the story circle. In...
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Our puma.creative initiatives aim to bring together individual artists and organizations, and provide them with a platform for creative exchange and international exposure.
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The Chinook Fund is a movement-building organization. The Foundation supports organizations working to create a just, equitable and free society by transforming oppressive and discriminatory political, social and economic systems and institutions...
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The Council for the Arts supports arts projects in all disciplines with grants that range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. Three times a year, the Council Grants Committee reviews applications from students, faculty and staff and...
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The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center works toward a world where everyone has civil rights and economic justice, where the environment is cared for, and where cultures are honored and communities are safe. The people of Esperanza believe that to...
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Sending out our healing love and energy for the suffering populations across the globe... through community singing, dancing and drumming. This is the primary intention of the SING! DANCE! DRUM gatherings to be offered throughout the year in...
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The Heinz Endowments is based in Pittsburgh, where the region serves as a laboratory for the development of solutions to challenges that are national in scope. Their mission is to help our region thrive as a whole community — economically,...
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Good Film is a project of Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation, a London-based foundation that supports documentary filmmakers worldwide. The web site, goodfilm.org, is an online tool that links filmmakers to nonprofit and funding organizations to develop...
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Brett Cook is an artist and educator who uses his socially conscious creative practice to transform opposing worlds. For over two decades, Cook has produced installations, exhibitions, curricula, and events widely across the United States, and...
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TWI supports processes and programs that help people to improve their thinking and decision making. TWI is especially interested in the use of cross-perspective dialogue to promote critical and collaborative thinking. TWI is explicitly process-...
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Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Project is a multi-arts initiative, with an original ballet by Stephen Mills of Ballet Austin at its core. The somber and thought-provoking ballet serves as a vehicle for evoking the events of the Holocaust and...
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The Forum Project (TFP) is a New York-based organization working through critical pedagogy, Theatre of the Oppressed and other creative methods to engage individuals and communities to deconstruct and dialogue about the oppressions we face and to...
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The 100 stories project is part of NNIRR's Hurricane Initiative (The Human Rights Community Action Network). The initiative strives to bring together community members, families, advocates and their organizations to track, document, and seek redress...
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The Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation supports arts and culture, education, health and hospitals, Jewish causes and social welfare programs in Greater Boston and Palm Beach County, Florida.
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