Safe In Our Streets: A Precursor to SpiritHouse’s Harm Free Zone Project

Young African-American boy holds sign that reads "I AM indisposable."

Judgment they pass first, always tryin to break us, we always survive  Black August Haiku of 2011 Community, safety, love, food, security, family, fun, dance, song, life, death, poverty, wealth, elders, youth. All of these things exist in our communities

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Trina Fischer

Support the research stage of development of Looking for Lilith’s Environment Play (title TBD). Most of the events will be within the company as we dig into the research to continue to hone in on the issues and themes to

Stand Your Ground Laws and Their Impact on Minority Communities in the United States

Stand Your Ground Laws and Their Impact on Minority Communities in the U.S.  Briefing Paper for Thematic Hearing before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights While organizing my thoughts for this coming Tuesday’s hearing, I was reading the briefing page trying

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Alternate ROOTS supports the creation and presentation of original art that is rooted in communities of place, tradition or spirit. We are a group of artists and cultural organizers based in the South creating a better world together. As Alternate ROOTS, we call for social and economic justice and are working to dismantle all forms of oppression—everywhere.