Now Defending the Homeland: Wokespeak Grants to Arts Groups

Wednesday, December 6th 2023, 4:30:54 pm
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This story originally was published by Real Clear Wire By James Varney Real Clear Wire Founded in 2020 in the aftermath of the George Floyd protests, the Black Legacy Project describes itself as “a musical celebration of black history to advance racial solidarity, equity and belonging.” It brings together artists of all backgrounds “to record present day interpretations of songs central to the Black American experience and compose originals relevant to the pressing calls for change of our time.” A similar arts group, Nu Art Education Inc., an offshoot of the NorCal School for the Arts, says it is “following the theory of change that utilizing theater arts” can be “a tool to teach and practice conflict resolution in the classroom.” While both outfits share a mission of using the arts to inspire social change, they have something else in
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