Social Justice And the Arts

Professional artists lead conversations in theatre, music, visual art, and dance with discussions centered around positive and empowering change.

Ages: Adult

Producer: Kenneth Green

Facilitator: A variety of renowned artists.

Each conversation will be 6pm-7pm

Theatre – Thursday, August 6th

Dance – Wednesday, August 12th

Visual Arts – Thursday, August 20th

Music – Thursday, August 27th

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A conversation with Beverly Daniel Tatum

Overview: Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?: And Other Conversations About Race.

Ages: Adul

Facilitators: Beverly Daniel Tatum and Ms. Bentina Chisolm Terry , SVP, Northwest Region of Diversity at Georgia Power Company

August 21st 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

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TA-Nehisi coates The Water Dancer

Conversations spring from the pages that allow the sensitive subject of race to be addressed in an educational and safe space.

Ages: Adult

Facilitator: Kijua Saunders McMurtry

Wednesdays at 6:30

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Previous Happenings

Bars Can’t Block Success

2.2 million people are in our nation’s jails and prisons. Millions of families are affected by America’s broken criminal justice system, especially communities of color. Nearly 700,000 prisoners are released each year in need of housing, work, and a second chance. The goal of this class is to educate on how small choices can create life changing consequences. Additionally, we will try to reduce the stigma associated with ex-offenders by highlighting their plight of navigating reentry and becoming purpose-driven entrepreneurs and activists passionate about helping others and changing the world.

Ages: 13 – adult

Facilitator: Jennifer Rogers-Givens

Zoom Schedule:

Not Available

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