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RISE Artists Respond to Human Rights

November 26, 2010 – 6:19 pm |

The Center for Human and Civil Rights in partnership with Amnesty USA, American Friends Service Committee Moving in the Spirit, Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center, and the Rialto Performing Arts Center invite you to Attend RISE: Artists Respond to Human Rights at Atlanta’s Rialto Performing Arts Center December 10,2010.

Alice Lovelace Haitian Alliance Armed With Art For Haiti

February 1, 2010 – 11:46 am |

Feb 3: Alice Lovelace, Armed with Art, and The Haitian Alliance have joined forces to organize emergency relief funds and supplies for our Haitian brothers and sisters. Please help us impact the lives of 100 Hatians at a time. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of emergency aid & shipment.

Alice Lovelace 100 Poems For Haiti

January 20, 2010 – 8:03 pm |

Alice Lovelace promotes art as catharsis with her latest project 100 Poems For Haiti.

Alice Lovelace AFSC Present Peace Legacy Of MLK

January 12, 2010 – 11:09 am |

Alice Lovelace, who I affectionately call the God Mother of From Afros To Shelltoes, is always down for the people in the most progressive ways possible. An activist who believes in art at work, she is our bridge to the past and link to future. Support her MLK Peace Legacy program Jan 14, 2010 by forwarding this info on to others, posting on your blog, and telling cool people ready for substantive change.

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