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Arts Vehicles for Peace and Justice and for a Change

Voices from Lebanon September 21 – November 9, 2019

"Voices from Lebanon" is an exhibit of contemporary prints by 19 Lebanese artists and Arab artists living in Lebanon who use their art to express their culture and reflect on the social and political issues they face. It is organized by SOS ART in partnership with Kennedy... Continue Reading →

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SOS (Save Our Souls) Art Cincinnati : Arts as Vehicles for Peace and Justice and for a Change.  

SOS ART, founded in 2003, is a 501c3 organization which has for primary objectives to: Encourage, promote and provide opportunities for the arts as dynamic vehicles for peace and justice and for a better world. Encourage artists to use their... Continue Reading →

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PROGRAM of SOS ART 2019: May 31 – June 9, at the Art Academy of Cincinnati

YOU ARE INVITED to SOS ART 2019  a community art show and event of creative expressions for Peace and Justice May 31 – June 9 @TheArt Academy of Cincinnati, 1212 Jackson St, downtown OTR Cincinnati   PROGRAM of EVENTS (FREE and Open... Continue Reading →

Will Porter’s Christian Calling Is to Fight for Justice for the Outcast, the Oppressed, the Marginalized, in Inner Cities and Where He Lives

When in his first year of college Will Porter read the book "When Helping Hurts" written by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert and in which they address poverty, it opened his eyes to the ways injustice persists not only in... Continue Reading →

Syro-Malabar Catholicism, Sudeep Thomas’ Faith and Heritage, Naturally Dictates His Actions for a Fair and Better World

"Syro-Malabar Catholicism is part of my identity; it is my culture," says Sudeep Thomas. "All my life has been connected to it and nothing can take it away from me. It comes with me wherever I go." Born in Kerala,... Continue Reading →

Using Community Organizing, Bridge Building and a Holy Rage Against Injustice, Elizabeth Hopkins Aims for an Equal and “Beloved” Society.

"For me, Religion represents hope, faith, love, and a belief that all beings are inherently good and worthy of love," says Elizabeth Hopkins. "It also represents the value of the oppressed and of those overlooked by society, and a holy... Continue Reading →

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