An art space for bipoc
The health disparities and economic injustice within minority communities that have become clear during the COVID-19 pandemic and rise of social justice activism against police brutality, bigotry, and systemic racism show a deep urgency for artists who identify as Black, Indigenous and/or People of Color (BIPOC) to have safe spaces for free creativity and healing.
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Shinnecock Indian Nation tribal members volunteering in housing rehabilitation efforts
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Since June, we raised over $20,000 of the $50,000 goal. With that money, a lot has already been done, including removing leaky plumbing, pouring a new cement floor in the basement to cover the dirt, and replacing the floor of the kitchen and bathroom.
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