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A Love Note to Justice: Building Hope and Healing in Urban America

At the 2015 Conference for Community Arts Education, Shawn Ginwright gave a bold and nuanced keynote that proposes a new movement of healing justice to repair the damage done by the erosion of hope resulting from structural violence in our communities. Above is a preview of Dr. Ginwright's remarks. National Guild members can access the full video here.

Also, be sure to join the discussion around Dr. Ginwright's most recent book during the Hope and Healing in Urban Education Book Club Twitter Chat on January 28,
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET.

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Located in the heart of Multnomah Village, the Multnomah Arts Center is one of the largest comprehensive community arts centers in the nation. MAC utilizes the facility to the fullest by providing high quality instruction in the visual and performing arts to all interested persons regardless of ability, age, race, religion, ethnic origin, or financial means. Annually, MAC serves more than 6,000 students of all ages and abilities by providing classes in a wide variety of visual, performing, and literary arts. Currently, the music department alone employs more than twenty-five teaching musicians and has approximately 275 students enrolled in private music instruction. Each year, there are more than 100 qualified teachers providing instruction in the arts to students at the center.


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