WATCH VIDEO
Believing the Dream:
Connecting Communities
(M.L.King Dream)

 

This film is part of our plan for a documentary. It includes a sample of images from 3 of the communities participating in art, all striving to believe in the American Dream. (M.L.King Dream)

We are raising funds to complete INTERVIEWS AND EDITING with 3 diverse communities in California – INDIGENOUS WEAVERS FROM MEXICO NOW LIVING IN GREENFIELD; REFUGEE AND IMMIGRANT KIDS LIVING IN EL CAJON AND FALLBROOK; AND BLACK YOUTH WITH LOS ANGELES POLICE, AND COMMUNITY LEADERS.

 


 

Our Mission:

To support and build individual and community resilience, engagement, compassion, and cohesiveness, through creative, collaborative, inclusive experiences exploring and artfully representing relevant peace & social justice issues.

Using 6-8 foot vinyl posts made in workshops, “posted” in social media, and “hosted” in a variety of physical settings in an effort to raise awareness and stimulate thought and conversation leading to raising consciousness and taking action to resolve injustices.

 

Kira-Karin-Ryan Director of Carter Center with posts

Using 6-8 foot vinyl posts made in workshops, “posted” in social media, and “hosted” in a variety of physical settings in an effort to raise awareness and stimulate thought and conversation leading to raising consciousness and taking action to resolve injustices.

Posts are generally made as a collaborative effort with everyone adding something to the completion of the post. We encourage diversity in participants to embrace multiple perspectives and greater universal understanding of the issues.

Every post has at least one professional artist who aids in development, design, application, final touches, and relaying principles of effective art techniques and principles.

Posts generally will include powerful, inspirational quotes: informational, eye-opening facts: visual stories: meaningful symbols; hand-prints of those involved in making or supporting the ideas on the post.

Lesson plans, workshop suggestions and templates, and educational videos will be available soon. If you would like to be involved please contact us!

group and posts

Compassionate CA – Supporting Black Lives, Migrant Youth, Compassionate Cops

Compassionate California's #CompassionInAction artists, working with others for peace and justice, grew out of our Compassion in Action Youth Summit in Los Angeles in October 2016.  This summit, chaired by Fe Love and Carol Salazar Loweree with the help of other CC...

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Refugee & Immigrant kids – United Nations Posts – Chase Ave School, CA

Refugee &  Immigrant Children - United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Posts The city of El Cajon has welcomed thousands of refugees in the last 5 years,  the 10,000th Syrian refuge arrived last month.  Most of the children we interviewed on video spoke of...

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V Day – One Billion Rising Atlanta

Atlanta City Hall and BeltLine events, Pat Mitchell  acting as MC, in City Hall. See her speak here Kira Corser's silks made with Iraqi Refugee Children were hung, and Posts made by 70 people in workshops led by Kira and Lisa were on stage last year, and this year the...

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Wow, 64 Posts, 2000 participants, 5 states, and more PPJ planned for 2017!

We have been working hard over the last 2 years seeking like minded creatives and funders to join us in a remarkable hope and community skill building project.  Here is an overall list of our Posts so far, including California, Georgia, Arkansas, Washington DC, New...

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