Mount Rainier, MD
A non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, preservation, education, and development of Latin American art and culture.
A cultural institution that embraces the arts as a means to examine deeper social issues.
A nonprofit, multi-art educational center dedicated to bringing a wide range of creative, educational culturally enriching programs to diverse audiences throughout the Hudson Valley.
New Orleans, LA
A small community art project that developed into a wonderful, lasting resource for downtown New Orleans.
A West African drum and dance ensemble that provides unique cultural exposure and an educational experience for community members of all ages.
A national program that provides a searchable, web-based directory of services, information, and resources for communities across the country.
El Paso, TX
An unusual bank that helps to fill the funding gap while promoting the economic self-reliance of individuals and families.
San Diego, CA
A continuing education program that has been offering free, non-credit classes to older adults since 1914.
Kansas City, MO
An initiative of the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute that has brought unprecedented research and commercialization opportunities to the Kansas City area.
A non-profit art and design center that encourages creativity as a means of economic empowerment for youth and adults.
A multi-discipline and minority directed center for arts and learning that employs the visual and performing arts to foster a sense of accomplishment and hope in the urban community.
A cross-disciplinary coalition of institutions that have created an exciting series of educational programs to empower community residents.
A partnership between United Parcel Service and local universities to provide financial aid to college students in exchange for specified work hours.
A museum which educates the public on the Civil Rights Movement and preserves the historic location of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination.
A grass-roots organization that promotes economic, social, and community development through food and agriculture projects.
A neighborhood-based cultural organization with programs that combine arts education, historic preservation and community development.
A bilingual, youth operated community radio station that connects the Latino community and empowers underserved kids.
An initiative adopted by the Providence Public Library that breaks down social, economic, and educational barriers by providing language training to non-English speaking families.
An 8 to 10 week course designed to provide older adults with self-empowerment through training in a number of different artistic media.
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