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Posts tagged "Social Justice"

NoVo Foundation Seeks LOIs for Radical Hope Fund NoVo Foundation Seeks LOIs for Radical Hope Fund

NoVo Foundation Seeks LOIs for Radical Hope Fund

The NoVo Foundation announces the Radical Hope Fund, a new $20 million, four-year commitment to support bold and transformative social justice work across the globe. They invite letters of inquiry from projects anywhere in the world. Deadline to apply online is Wednesday, October 4. [learn more]

Center for Artistic Activism Seeks Part Time Non-Profit Manager

The Center for Artistic Activism is hiring a Part Time Non-Profit Manager. Deadline: rolling. [learn more]

Therapy Center of Philadelphia is Hiring

Therapy Center of Philadelphia (TCP) is hiring a new Clinical Supervisor to join its supervisory team. [learn more]

Therapy Center of Philadelphia Presents Social Justice Seminar

Therapy Center of Philadelphia is hosting its fourth social justice seminar on September 30. [learn more]

Asian Arts Initiative Social Practice Lab Call for Artists

Asian Arts Initiative is pleased to invite artists and creative thinkers from all types of disciplines to apply for the third Social Practice Lab cycle. Deadline: August 12 [learn more]

Helicon Collaborative Hiring a Researcher

Helicon Collaborative is looking for a part-time researcher / coordinator to play an important role on projects and to support their overall organizational work. This part-time position starts as a four-month contract with the possibility of extension. [learn more]

National LGBTQ Task Force for Queering Racial Justice

Join the National LGBTQ Task Force September 10 at The Philadelphia African American Museum for a day of learning, storytelling and skill building for queer and ally people of color and white folks. [learn more]

Register Now: Allied Media Conference 2016!

The 18th annual Allied Media Conference will be held June 16 - 19 in Detroit bringing together a vibrant and diverse community of people using media to incite change. [learn more]

Najee Gibson on Panelist for Movements for Change

Najee Gibson (ACG ’10, ’09), artist and member of Hearts on a Wire, along with Kaleia Brown, Miss Songbird of Philadelphia 2015, A. Dionne Stallworth, founding member of GenderPAC, and Ja’nae-Dardlene Tyler, HIV Prevention Specialist, HIV Advocate, and research assistant will all be panelist for Movements for Change Thursday, June 2 from 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm at the William Way Community Center (1315 Spruce Street). [learn more]

Black Quantum Futurism/ The AfroFuturist Affair Celebrates Opening of Community Futures Lab

Camae Ayewa (LTA ’15, ACG ’07) and Leeway board member Rasheedah Phillips of Black Quantum Futurism/ The AfroFuturist Affair, is celebrating the opening of Community Futures Lab (2204 Ridge Ave) June 18 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Community Futures Lab will function as a resource library, community studio and gallery, workshop space, story recording booth, thinktank, experimental space and more. All ages are welcome [learn more]

Join Girls Justice League for their 2016 Summer Institute!

The 2016 Institute is an opportunity for girls ages 14-18 to experience an inclusive space that promotes girls power through social awareness. [learn more]

Call for Participation for Philadelphia Residents

Created by Philadelphia artist Maria Möller (ACG ’14, ’11) and Medellín activist Daniel Urrea in reaction to the U.S.-Colombia free trade agreement,Value Content/Valor Contenido, is part of 75°West/75°Oeste, an ongoing project that exchanges ideas and knowledge, art and objects between Philadelphia and Medellín, cities which both sit on the 75th degree west line of longitude. Deadline for participation: June 6 [learn more]

Mary DeWitt's Release: Portraits of Women Serving Life on view in Andover, MD

Mary DeWitt’s (ACG'15,'09, LTA'10, WOO'00,'03) Solo Exhibition, Release, portraits and video of women sentenced to life without parole in Pennsylvania, will be on view in the Gelb Gallery [learn more]

Book Talk & Strategy Session to End School Pushout for Black Girls in Philadelphia

An upcoming talk by Dr. Monique Morris on her new book, Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools, will be held at the William Way LGBTQ Community Center (1315 Spruce St), April 4 from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm. [learn more]

Justice Denied: A Display of Inmate Artwork

Art for Justice presents, Justice Denied, an exhibit about systemic injustice in the Criminal Justice System with a focus on the death penalty and false confessions at Temple University Beasley School of Law - Klein Hall (1719 N. Broad Street) [learn more]

I Am Paintings an Exhibit by Lauren Vargas

Lauern Vargas (ACG ’15) along with youth participants from North Philadelphia are exhibiting the creation of collaborative portraits in the show I Am Paintings, which will be held Friday, March 11 from 6:00pm- 8:00pm at the Orange Korner Arts gallery (4401 North 7th St.) [learn more]

Cultural organizing: Art as a tool for social change

Join the American Friends Service Committee (1501 Cherry Street) staff for a live-streamed conversation on March 30 at 2:00pm, about the key role of art in effecting social change [learn more]

Registration Now Open for the Screening Scholarship Media Festival 2016

camra at Penn presents the 4th Annual Screening Scholarship Media Festival for two (April 1-2) days of panel discusions, film screenings, sound and image installations, and a keynote event. [learn more]

Baz Dreisinger: Reading, Q&A and Book Signing

Join Baz Dreisinger, a teacher in the English department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City, for a reading, audience Q&A and book signing February 26 at 1:30pm centered on her new book Incarceration Nations: A journey to Justice in Prisons Around the World [learn more]

Undoing Racism® Community Organizing Workshop

Dancing for Justice Philadelphia (DFJ Philly) and The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond (PISAB) are joining forces to present a weekend intensive that will facilitate awareness of race in various aspects of personal, professional, and organizational interactions. [learn more]

NALAC Now Accepting Applications for 2016 Advocacy Leadership Institute

The National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC) is now accepting applications for The 2016 NALAC Advocacy Leadership Institute (ALI)— a three-day intensive, hands-on training that builds advocacy skills and knowledge about the role of government and public institutions in the arts field. This training will be held May 17-19 in Washington DC, and is open to all artists, administrators and cultural practitioners. Applications due February 18. [learn more]

Future Perfect at Slought Foundation

"Future Perfect," a screening and workshop exploring future imaginaries from the New Right to the AfroFuturist Affair, on Tuesday, November 3 from 6:00-8:00pm. [learn more]

Free Screening of "Firme y Feliz: Peruvian Women in Social Justice Movement"

The film examines three Peruvian women and their experiences within resistance and social justice movements. [learn more]

Art x Culture x Social Justice Network Hiring Network Facilitator

The Art x Culture x Social Justice Network (ACSJN Steering Committee) are hiring a part-time facilitator. Deadline June 11 [learn more]

2014 Tribute to Change

Each year, Bread and Roses' Tribute to Change brings together donors, activists, and allies working for real change in the Philadelphia region. The 2014 Tribute to Change will be held on Tuesday, June 24 at the National Museum of American Jewish History (101 South Independence Mall E) from 5:30pm to 8:00pm. [learn more]