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· May 13, 2014
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Mark your calendar for the DeCo2lonizing Cultural Organizing Weekend Workshop - March 16th to 18th. The workshop is for artists, activists and organizers exploring the intersections of climate, racial, and social justice within the field of cultural organizing. Please spread the word! Hosted by Arts and Democracy Project, StoryShift at Working Films, and Another Gulf Is Possible Collaborative.

MAR16
Mar 16 - Mar 18Contemporary Arts Center, New OrleansNew Orleans, LA
92 people interested

White NOW: Naming and Owing Whiteness, a noteworthy workshop with Florentina Ramirez Staigers. Please spread the word! www.insight-outdevelopment.com

MAR24
Sat 3:00 PM CDTFair Grinds CoffeehouseNew Orleans, LA
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Hāfu2Hāfu, a noteworthy crowdfunding campaign.
www.hafu2hafu.org

Thought Provoking Identity Photo Project on Being Mixed Race Japanese. 世界中の日本人ハーフの写真と彼らが貴方に問いかける質問。 | Check out 'Hāfu2Hāfu - Photographic Identity Project & Book' on Indiegogo.
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Interesting article.

What my generation of biracial kids has meant for this country.
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The 1967 Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia overturned all laws forbidding interracial marriage. The Loving Generation tells the story of how a generation of Americans born to one black and one white parent experience race and identity in a divided United States.
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A noteworthy article by Rachel Dangermond, Founder of Transracial Parenting. www.transracialparenting.com/rachel-dangermond

I drove alone from New Orleans to Gary, Indiana — more than a thousand miles — to get him. I pulled up to the house in this strange…
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National Day of Racial Healing featuring Lizz Wright in Concert
Please spread the word! www.healourcommunities.org #AshéCAC

The Loving Festival's BLENDED BOOKS CLUB is hosting a special book giveaway in conjunction with the 5th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. / César Chávez Commemorative Luncheon. The BBC is providing free books about King and Chávez to youth members of "Her Voice, Her Story, Her Future" and luncheon attendees (while they last). Featured Books:

Who Was Martin Luther King, Jr.? by Bonnie Bader
Who Was César Chávez? by Dana Meachen Rau

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Admission to the King - Chávez Commemorative Luncheon is $25. Guest speakers include Ashleigh Gardere and Lucas Diaz. Hosted by Ashé Cultural Arts Center. For more information about the luncheon call (504) 569-9070 or visit www.ashecac.org and https://www.facebook.com/events/1660915177264961.

The New Orleans Blended Books Club "BBC" is a Loving Festival outreach initiative that promotes literacy and provides New Orleans youth with greater access to diverse books about people of color, the multiracial experience, love and important social justice issues. The BBC also coordinates writing competitions, readings and book signing events, and publishes children's books by local writers. We welcome your support and in-kind donations of new and gently used books. Look Here for our book WISH LIST: https://www.amazon.com/…/w…/2OOVA4VHDKLEI/ref=cm_wl_list_o_1. The New Orleans Loving Festival is an initiative of Charitable Film Network a 501c3 nonprofit. For more information contact mail@charitablefilmnetwork.org or visit http://lovingfestival.org.
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Her Voice. Her Story. Her Future. is a program of self discovery. In a culture of evolution, young ladies mature through rituals, mentorship, community engagement and artistic expression. HVHSHF is rooted in building power, expanding imagination and promoting strong decision- making. Her Voice. Her Story. Her Future. emphasizes the power of ancestral connection and provides the opportunity to explore ancestral histories. In a relaxed and welcoming environment, ladies will build sisterhood, problem solve and embrace new experiences. For more information contact drenas66@gmail.com.

#BlendedBooksClub #LoveYall #LovingFestival #AshéCAC #KingChávezCommemorativeLuncheon #HVHSHF

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The Color Block is a New Orleans-based artist collective focused on highlighting and supporting the works of artists of color across media and formats. The Rent is Too Damn High! is an afternoon of visual and performance art, comedy, food, and music, in celebration of the New Orleans tricentennial....
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Facebook Friends: Please Join Noelani Musicaro on THE ART OF KINDNESS Radio every Saturday from 1:00 to 2:00pm CST.
Great Music + Great Conversation + Kindness + Love

Listen live at www.WHIVFM.org or WHIVFM LP 102.3 on your NOLA dial. Let your heart and soul shine. Be uplifted. Kindness matters!

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Hāfu2Hāfu - http://hafu2hafu.org #TetsuroMiyazaki
Interesting Project!

A Belgian-Japanese photographer has set foot in Tokyo to capture the faces of fellow half-Japanese people for a novel project that aims to paint a picture of their hafu identity. At first, Tetsuro Miyazaki’s “Hafu2Hafu” project only wanted to interview other hāfu — people whose either parent is Japa...
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Trunk or Treat at Ashé Cac. Please spread the word!
Saturday, October 28th from 5:00 to 7:00pm.
#AshéCulturalArtsCenter www.ashecac.org

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