“We harness the arts as practical tools for engagement, education, empowerment, liberation and giving voice to the voiceless. We envision peace, equality, and social justice, within healthy and sustainable communities”. Ras Mo Moses
How do we do it?
We offer training programs on prevention education, popular theater, theater of the oppressed, participatory research, popular education, practical role of arts in educational campaigns and community organizing.
Folk, traditional and contemporary art forms are given purpose in a dynamic dialectical process, where everyone’s contribution is valued as teacher, learner, artist and audience. Songs, poetry, drama, stories, spoken word music, dance, visual arts, video and audio technology all become accessible assets of the people.
What have we learned?
Our experience throughout the Rural and Urban Caribbean, North American inner city neighborhoods, institutions and community based organizations prove that the arts touch the human spirit and are a vital force for behavioral and social change.