Culture Surge’s Mission We believe that artists and culture makers are the visionary leaders needed to galvanize us towards a future rooted in justice, care, and connection. During this pivotal election year and unprecedented public health crisis, Culture Surge will
For the fourth issue of the Democracy in Indigenous Newsletter, the National Urban Indian Family Coalition (NUIFC) wants to showcase the work of three centers in Nevada, Colorado, and Missouri. These centers are connecting with the community with a foundational organizing
Movement Hub artwork by Natalie Bui | Instagram: @nataliepbui Visit her website here!
“Inspired by recent events, Korean-Swedish artist Lisa Wool-Rim Sjöblom is addressing the hostility Asians increasingly are facing during the COVID-19 global pandemic in a series of one-panel comics.” Read more about her art here: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/arts/i-am-not-a-virus-how-this-artist-is-illustrating-coronavirus-fueled-racism View this post on
View the Asian Artists For Black Power Graphics Portfolio #1 here Artwork from FOR THE PEOPLE ARTISTS COLLECTIVE
Buy from this list of Black and Asian owned restaurants in Boston, also created by CYI youth staff: Support A Small Business Today! This is a list of local restaurants in Boston that you can go support today. Please keep in
The meaning of success can vary across time, space, and bodies; however, success is the common goal and enemy for our innermost and collective selves. How can we draw success in a shape that allows us to heal and grow?
A PDF with resources on Vietnamese history with recommendations of reading and teaching materials, journals, plays, films, and others. View the guide here
“This Is How I Feel: A Playlist By Young Black Listeners” by SURAYA MOHAMED Days after George Floyd was killed by police, my 25-year-old son woke up on the verge of tears. “It is difficult to find the right words
Examine the forgotten history of how our federal, state and local governments unconstitutionally segregated every major metropolitan area in America through law and policy. Go to segregatedbydesign.com to learn more about the film. Segregated By Design from Silkworm on Vimeo.