Futebol Viral Mundial is back with Facebook livesThe Futebol Viral Mundial project launched Facebook live in the second semester of 2021 with the presence of Jean, a former soccer player of main soccer teams from Brazilian. Led by Alexandre Colli and Daniel Melo, in addition to talking about the life of Jean in his soccer career, they also discussed the importance of preventing violence against women. To know more about this amazing project, click here.
Tom Osborn selected as TED Fellow
Tom Osborn, Pre-Texts African director, participated in TED Monterey 2021. Founder of Shamiri, a youth-led organization committed to providing affordable, evidence-based mental health care to young people, he was selected as TED Fellow for his remarkable achievements, the potential impact of his work and his commitment to community building across Sub-Saharan Africa and especially Kenya.
2nd Latin American Festival of short films and video minutes
Fotocrazy and Belleza y Felicidad Fiorito invite you to Soñar Soñar – 2nd Latin American Festival of short films and video minutes for communities and neighborhoods ¿¡peripheral!?. This festival is aimed at all communities or neighborhoods in Latin America. Applications can be individual or collective. The Festival is open to people or groups that meet in workshops, social organizations, schools, penitentiaries, friends’ houses, corners, places. Read more here.
Solidarity Book Project
The Solidarity Book Project encourages us to think deeply about what solidarity means and to make that commitment material through art. Do you believe in the transformative power of books? Are you in solidarity with Black and Indigenous communities? Do you think art can impact change. The Solidarity Book Project was envisioned by Professor of Art and Art History Sonya Clark ‘89, as one way for Amherst College, in its Bicentennial year, to recommit to a more equitable future by pushing against legacies of settler colonialism and anti-Black racism. This art initiative is open for public participation and engagement. Read more HERE
Indigenous Literatures of America Award – 2021
The Indigenous Literatures of America Award (PLIA) is aimed at writers of the indigenous peoples of the American continent, regardless of their current place of residence. This is an open call to present literary works that express or recreate the aesthetic, semantic and discursive elements of the culture and language of the participants. Click here to apply.