Desert Road

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  • ... her hopes that others would rise up to transform the community from the ground up. Wright was just one of the speakers who took ... initiative. Held at the Wellness Center at The Historic General Hospital in Boyle Heights on October 11, the festival centered on the ...
  • ... the "responsibilities" that local museums have to our community is mind-blowing given the fact that the art world has always been ... us than we probably realized. Here we see projects where community and social infrastructures (our environment, our architecture, our ...
  • ... author Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen on the importance of family, community and ritual in the healing process. Dagara tribal concepts of ... of western and African approaches to healing, family and community . ...
  • ... to explore the history of activism in El Monte, through discussions and presentations. The group was also collecting stories and ... that may become a resource for your project? Yes we met community members which all happily contributed their ideas and best wishes ...
  • Tracy Hudak analyzes reports from the Ventura County Community Foundation and the "Local Arts Index" by national organization, ... workshops is not that effective because they can be general and take time and focus away from the mountain of other tasks. This ...
  • ... In Partnership with SOC(i)AL: Art + People: A series of discussions around LA about Socially Engaged Art, September to November 2012. ... landscape to enhance a connection to place, foster dynamic community development, and create generative, civically-engaged networks in ...
  • ... exemplifies KCET's potential for innovation and increased community engagement as we rethink public television."The initial scope of ... and hands-on multimedia training for youth, as well as community engagement events that captured the nuanced subjective story of the ...
  • <p>"Departures," KCET's innovative web series on the cultural, social, political, and artistic profiles of Los Angeles' diverse fabric of neighborhoods, launched online in September 2006.</p>
  • ... than being embraced with civic celebrations, this historic community is under threat of being replaced by a $2 billion mixed-use ... 10.5 acres of publicly accessible, privately maintained community parks. Needless to say, longtime residents are alarmed as are local ...
  • ... can be found next to Payne Elementary School. Within my community , the El Monte Boys and Girls Club is a place that I would like to ... I have encountered many bigoted people in El Monte, but in general , meeting and having to interact with someone who refuses to consider ...

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