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Sheena T Abraham

The great thing is that you don't even have to be called an "artist" to execute the three things mentioned above. In the democratization of media, we can all be artists perpetuating a message as long we're armed with photos, videos and our blogs.

Scarlett Swerdlow

Thanks, Rebecca and Beth, for drawing attention to this issue. Readers can also check out this Americans for the Arts website http://serve.artsusa.org/ for more information.

Scarlett Swerdlow
Arts Alliance Illinois
swerdlow@artsalliance.org

Emily Harney

Nice post Rebecca! MAPP is just starting a conversation with United We Serve, hoping to highlight the work of beloved artist Sekou Sundiata, and the continuing drive of the America Project Working Group to use Sekou's methodology to inspire an investigation of critical citizenship through the arts. Soon we'll be releasing a DVD documentary and Teaching Methodology Guide about The America Project-- we'll keep you posted! More here:http://www.mappinternational.org/artists/view/46/

Cheers!

Contemporary Artists Anna Meenaghan

Great article, could not have enjoyed it more. I try to do the same thing by running an interactive website where artists and art enthusiasts alike have a meeting point.

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