Arts for Health Equity and Social Justice
Look & Listen
Join us in honoring and engaging with the art emerging in this historical moment.
MURALS & PORTRAITS
How Artists are Responding to the Killing of George Floyd (Smithsonian Magazine)
SPOKEN WORD & POETRY
Homemade: An Online Poetry Reading (Facebook)
What is the role of art in its many forms in advancing equity and social change?
We turn to our partners and field experts to share their insights.
Register for this webinar series examining systemic racism and inequality in academic neurology. Speakers include Maria Rosario Jackson, PhD, expert in comprehensive community revitalization and systems change through arts and culture.
This 2019 paper names racism as a critical public health issue and discusses the importance of arts and culture in creating equitable, healthy communities.
Discover the organizations, programs and individuals taking action through art, plus ways you can deepen your civic engagement using the arts.
It is difficult to separate the work of the students at Wide Angle Youth Media from the city they call home. Baltimore is, by many
For the fifth year running, Baltimore is set to exceed 300 homicides in 2019. With the New York Times calling this violence a “tragedy”, it
“This is precisely the time when artists go to work. There is no time for despair, no place for self-pity, no need for silence, no room for fear. We speak, we write, we do language. That is how civilizations heal.”
Toni Morrison, author