Join us on Monday, Jan. 17, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. ET (UTC -5) to talk about the role of art in amplifying social justice activism and gain encouragement as you seek creative and non-violent ways to bring attention to ongoing racial injustice.
- Chelsey Richardon, educator, poet, mother
- Kareem Samara, musician, composer, sound artist
- Karin Ryan, The Carter Center, moderator
- Josh Griffin, The Carter Center, moderator
At a time when our nation is increasingly polarized and violence is on the rise, there is a need for more understanding and compassion, and less arguing and condemning. The arts can overcome these barriers by touching people’s hearts and souls and can galvanize diverse groups of people to come together for the common good. The Roundtable can begin a process of mobilizing artists to work for these aims.
Coordinated by Joshua Griffin, MDP
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Greetings from cold Atlanta on MLK Day.
You can see the Palestinian Blues Roundtable archive at https://forum.cartercenter.org/media/blues-resistance-music-struggle-us-palestine
Chelsey's book can be purchased at http://chelseyrichardson.org/
You can see a recent Roundtable on economic inequality at https://forum.cartercenter.org/media/advancing-economic-equality
You can see the Roundtable with Joseph Guay at https://forum.cartercenter.org/media/social-justice-through-arts-joseph-guay