All tagged Creative Social Justice
A collection of short stories on the lives and work of twelve people who explore the landscape of race, change making, education & community around Connecticut. Host Tagan Engel recorded these stories and many more as part of a larger multi media project in 2018 to mark the 25th anniversary year of the Graustein Memorial Fund. To learn more go to www.thetableunderground.com
Talented ceramic artist Rob Lugo speaks on his incredible journey from graffiti to the pottery wheel, the importance of seeing people of color in art, and his inspirations as an Afro-Latino from Kensington, Philly.
Greg Smith talks about finding his purpose and joy in food, and the impact the ConnCAT Culinary Arts program had on him as a black man trying to find supports to live a vibrant life and better the community around him.
One in a special series of equity in education stories. One SCSU professor and two teachers discuss anti-racism teacher education as a foundation for equitable classrooms, recruiting teachers of color, the importance of culturally relevant curriculum, and more.
Drag as art, transformative social change and community building - the reflections of 3 artists.
All-star band founders Wayne Escoffery and Jeremy Pelt on the importance of celebrating Jazz as Black music, being positive role models and fantastic compositions inspired by African American icons.