SICKLE CELL DISEASE/ADVANCING CURES COMPETITION LAUNCHES
DDCF SEEKS TO SUPPORT PROJECTS DEVELOPING CURES FOR SICKLE CELL DISEASE….
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11 ORGANIZATIONS WIN $1.7M TOTAL TO USE THE ARTS TO COUNTER BIAS AGAINST MUSLIMS
BOLD PROJECTS LAUNCH WITH AIM OF BUILDING BRIDGES BETWEEN MUSLIMS & NON-MUSLIMS….
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WHAT WE'RE LEARNING: WHERE WALLS EXIST, THE ARTS PROVIDE A DOORWAY
ZEYBA RAHMAN OF THE BUILDING BRIDGES PROGRAM SHARES HOW THE ARTS CAN FIGHT ISLAMOPHOBIA....
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WHAT WE’RE LEARNING ABOUT THE U.S.’S MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN
CHILD WELL-BEING PROGRAM REFINES STRATEGY TO PROTECT YOUTH....
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GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT: THUNDER VALLEY CDC
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH FIND STRENGTH IN A MORE WHOLE COMMUNITY....
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Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation

Read about Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation’s work to improve the lives of youth on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation through a wraparound system of support.

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What We're Learning

Where Walls Exist, the Arts Provide a Doorway

Zeyba Rahman, senior program officer for the Building Bridges Program, writes that while powerful emotions born out of prejudice and misplaced fear fuel hate crimes against Muslims, artists too harness powerful emotions to express common human experiences and connect us with one another.


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