"We Can Be" podcast returns!
The second half of season two of our “We Can Be” podcast is back with new episodes every Wednesday. Download, listen and share intimate, lively conversations with the most interesting individuals in the social change realm. From academic/author/activist Dr. Cornel West to PostIndustrial journalist Carmen Gentile, or refugee advocate Sloane Davidson and Emmy-winning filmmaker Emmai Alaquiva, “We Can Be” features candid talk with accomplished, caring and action-oriented leaders.
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It’s Time to Bring Back America's Noble Impulses
America has always struggled with racist, misogynist, elitist, and nativist tendencies to rationalize the pain of others we label “less than.” Endowments President Grant Oliphant shares why it’s critical – especially at this moment – that we resist this “less than” compulsion with a nobler civic impulse to treat others as we would ourselves, share rights and opportunities more broadly, and unite against hate. “It is our job to help resurrect that impulse now.”
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Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh Symposium
Join Black artists, cultural organizations and creatives for the inaugural Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh Symposium, Sept. 19 and 20 at the MuseumLab on the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh’s North Side campus. Together we’ll explore this year’s theme, There is Black Art in the Future: Securing and Growing Black Creative Communities, through insightful sessions, on-site consultations and TED-style talks.
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