Art, Dialogue, Action, Activism: Case Studies from Animating Democracy
Americans for the Arts' Animating Democracy Initiative, 2005.
This 114-page book opens with an essay by Detroit-based activist, cultural worker, and nonagenarian, Grace Lee Boggs. The book?s case studies feature projects by the Council for the Arts of Greater Lima and Sojourn Theatre on longstanding issues of race and trust among city and county leaders, Los Angeles Poverty Department on the advent of crack in the United States and drug policy reform, The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center on engaging disenfranchised people in dialogue and action on current issues of cultural equity and democracy, and Out North Contemporary Art House on the role of same-sex couples in society.
Categories: Main Category, Interest Areas, Arts-Based D&D, Dialogue, Diversity & Inclusion, Intergroup Relations, Intergroup Relations, Issues Addressed Through D&D, Race & Ethnicity, Sexual Orientation & Gender Differences