Why SNAP?

Sister Neighborhood Arts Program (SNAP!) is a neighborhood level cultural organizing project that manifests the creative power of arts as catalyst for action and transformation among Northwood neighbors who want to partner across lines of difference. By developing a civic arts team, the project will foster community dialogue, empower youth, honor the talents of seniors, celebrate […]

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Projects and Events

Current Projects and Events: “Sounds from on the Ground” with Lady Brion Sat., March 19 at EPFL-Northwood Branch, 2:30 — 4:30pm An intergenerational poetry workshop series Click HERE for WORKSHOP and REGISTRATION INFO Part II: Sat. April 16, EPFL-Northwood Branch, 3:00 — 4:30pm Covenants, a community devised play! Save the Date: April 23rd!  What is […]

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Morgan Mile

Morgan Community Mile is a university-community partnership where residents, businesses, public officials, and other stakeholders come together with Morgan’s faculty, students, and staff to make the surrounding communities a better place. Morgan acknowledges the strength and diversity in its surrounding communities and leverages our skills and knowledge, academic research, and community engagement activities to improve […]

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What does it mean to remove obstacles that confuse us about how to live together and instead, open and free community spaces so we can get to know each other? -- Dr. Mindy Fullilove

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