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The 2018 People's State of the Union will take place from January 25-February 4, 2018. Host a Story Circle in your community as part of this annual civic ritual and participatory art project—and help inspire the Poetic Address to the Nation!
Help spark a movement to acknowledge original Native inhabitants at the opening of all public events.
How can we respond creatively and ethically to social and environmental crises?
"HI-LI" stands for High-Impact Low-Infrastructure. Explore our catalogue of HI-LI models for building creative community. Every project listed is participatory, replicable, and volunteer-friendly.
If you’re engaged in artistic response to build caring, protest, or resilience in the midst or wake of crisis, if you work with a funder or emergency management agency, or if you’re considering getting involved and want to know more, this video is for you.
Forging the world we want to live in requires social imagination, the capacity to envision alternatives to what is, together remaking reality. What if instead of another holiday commemorating the past, we took time to envision and celebrate the future?
Learn how to adopt a Policy on Belonging and spread the #RightToBelong far and wide.
A call for artists, creative organizers, concerned citizens, and all community members to draw inspiration from and breathe new life into the prophetic words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., strengthening our commitment to speak truth to power and sparking creative action in the year ahead.
The right to culture is meaningless unless the value of human culture is recognized and protected. Your neighborhood, city, county, state, nation—any public body authorized to make decisions about things like zoning and development—can support cultural rights by adopting a Cultural Impact Study (CIS) requirement for every project with potential negative cultural impact, designating each project as approved, in need of mitigation to avoid cultural harm, or disapproved.
Join this Citizen Artist Salon to learn all about the USDAC Super PAC and how you can step up to create a Super Public Act of Compassion or Super Participatory Act of Culture.