“Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.” Desmond Tutu This morning I woke up after with the most joy in my heart as I’ve had for a while. The winter Solstice concerts that I shared over the weekend with Kim and our friends Magpie, (Greg Artzner and Terry […]
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A year and a half ago, my friend and December birthday brother, Greg Greenway, told me about a place not far from New Orleans, Louisiana, that was being restored and re-interpreted as a site to tell the story of slavery’s plantation past in a real and unfiltered way. Greg said that the Whitney Plantation (originally […]
Greetings from the Reggie Road! Here, in the aftermath of one of the low points in American presidential politics, is a lengthy reflection from one of the true giants of journalism. Former newsman, Dan Rather. Dan Rather was not a giant because of his entertainment value or his celebrity which he clearly also enjoyed. He […]
Hello Good People. It’s getting dangerous out here in the muck and mire of the present electoral climate. And there is a powerful disconnection trap that people seem to fall victim to with increasing regularity. When the question is asked, “Are we more divided than ever?” opinions run from wild despair to completely without a […]
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The Kennedy Center’s Program in which teachers learn ways to teach in, through, and about the arts, school administrators learn ways to harness the power of the arts for learning and artists learn ways to be more effective in their work with students and teachers.
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Folk Alliance International exists to nurture, engage and empower the international folk music community — traditional and contemporary, amateur and professional — through education, advocacy and performance.
Coming to the Table provides leadership, resources and a supportive environment for all who wish to acknowledge and heal wounds from racism that is rooted in the United States’ history of slavery.