Connecting cultural expression and social change, Asian Arts Initiative uses art as a vehicle to explore the experiences of Asian Americans and the diverse communities of which we are a part.
FAAN Mail is a media literacy and activist project formed by women of color and based in Philadelphia. Together with our allies, we (1) “talk back to” media (2) create and promote the alternatives we wish to see (3) engage our communities through education, dialogue and activism.
A distinctive hybrid artistic and community engagement organization committed to social justice. Our Ensemble of artist-educators facilitate unique theatre-based programs that activate and nurture meaningful dialogue, reflection, healing and action around complex, often divisive social issues, to cultivate individual and collective strength.
The Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance (PACA) is a network of cooperatively owned businesses and allies working to support the development of new co-op businesses, provide services to existing co-ops, educate the public about co-ops, and advocate for co-ops with elected officials.
The League was founded in July 2012 by a group of Philadelphia area photographers / activists who are committed to social change through the use of documentary photography. Our core mission is to help civic organization drive change through the use of photography.
Philadelphia Theatre of the Oppressed (T.O. Philly) is a network of people using the tools of theatre and popular education to dismantle oppression. T.O. Philly offers classes, workshops and trainings for groups in Philadelphia and elsewhere.
A group of volunteer coordinators under the leadership of an Executive Director and Senior Advisor which organizes “PrideDay” in June, “OutFest” in October. These are the only two events during which the Philadelphia Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community joins together and celebrates as a whole. PHILLY PRIDE PRESENTS is proud to be co-sponsors of the Phila. DYKE March and the Alternative Prom.