Archive for May 2018

Why Would a Food Company Care About Supporting the Arts?

Why Would a Food Company Care About Supporting the Arts?   A word from PeachDish President: Judith Winfrey. Judith Winfrey with her husband Joe Reynolds at their farm: Love is Love Farm. PeachDish began in 2014 as a mission-driven, values-based business intent on making an impact.  We have two goals in mind: 1) getting healthy…

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Arts + Advocacy Blog: Weaving Political Action into the Healing Arts

Written by Jasmine Sinclair Wilson Last week, we discussed the Equal Justice Initiative’s Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice. This journey to Montgomery, Alabama taught us about EJI’s efforts to educate the world about lynching, Jim Crow laws, and slavery. As institutions committed to memory and justice, they invoke conversation surrounding these…

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Arts + Advocacy Blog: The Power of Memorializing Injustice through the Arts

Written by Jasmine Sinclair Wilson This summer, WonderRoot will unveil a groundbreaking, large-scale arts initiative elevating remarkable moments in Atlanta’s struggle toward social justice. Leading up to our announcement of this project we are using this blog to highlight the rich relationship between artistic expression and issue-based advocacy. The stories lifted up here will cross…

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An Exploration of Her Ritual: April 13-May 4

Written by Jasmine Sinclair Wilson Each day, we participate in rituals. Some of us wake up at a specific time to meditate and be in peace, while others devote their morning to combing their hair with a certain level of attention, never deviating from routine strokes. Our rituals consume the hours in our days, but…

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