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Asian Arts Initiative

Connecting cultural expression and social change, Asian Arts Initiative uses art as a vehicle to explore the diverse experiences of all communities which include Asian Americans. Learn More

The Brodsky Center at PAFA

A collaborative hand papermaking and printmaking center devoted to artists and creating new work, since 1986. Learn More

Campus Philly

Campus Philly fuels inclusive economic growth by empowering diverse college students and recent graduates to explore, live and work in Greater Philadelphia. Learn More

Center for Experimental Ethnography

A group of faculty across eight of the University of Pennsylvania’s twelve schools who facilitate and support multi-modal research practices among undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and our partners within the City of Philadelphia and beyond. Learn More

Independence Hall National Park

This National Park Service site preserves national and international symbols of freedom and democracy, including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Learn More

Indigenous Peoples' Day Philly

Indigenous Peoples’ Day Philly cultivates an active Native American/Indigenous presence in the city of Philadelphia through cultural, educational and community-building initiatives that uplift Native traditions, creative economies, and histories. Learn More

The 1813 Black Metropolis

The Black Metropolis is a city within a city built by more than 20,000 free Black people in Philadelphia in 1838. Learn More

The Mann Center

As one of the country’s largest non-profit open-air music centers, the Mann presents world-class artists in historic Fairmount Park, hosting more than 300,000 visitors each year. Learn More

The Fabric Workshop and Museum

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is an internationally acclaimed contemporary art museum devoted both to the creation and presentation of innovative works of art. Learn More

Fleisher/Ollman Gallery

Established in 1952, Fleisher/Ollman specializes in 20th Century self-taught masters and contemporary fine art. Learn More

Joy to the Polls

A coalition movement of Working Families Party and Election Defenders to bring joy to the democratic process with music, providing roving concerts at voting locations. Learn More

Mural Arts Philadelphia

Mural Arts Philadelphia is the nation’s largest public art program, dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. Learn More

Pentimenti Gallery

Pentimenti Gallery features innovative contemporary art by a line of internationally established artists alongside up-and-coming talent. Learn More

Philadelphia Writing Project

The Philadelphia Writing Project at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education is a teacher network of over 800 teacher consultants who work with teachers and other educators to explore literacy, writing, teaching, and learning in their classrooms. Learn More

Spirits Up!

Spirits Up! is an organization that offers tools for personal liberation and healing through yoga, meditation, the arts, and innovative activity to support the continued work towards collective Black liberation. Learn More

Taller Puertoriqueño

Known as El Corazón Cultural del Barrio, Taller Puertorriqueño is a community-based cultural organization that preserves and promotes Puerto Rican arts and culture. Learn More

Twelve Gates Arts

Through a unique and thought-provoking atmosphere, Twelve Gates Arts aims to showcase international, multidisciplinary arts bound by the sensibilities of a diasporic identity. Learn More


WURD Radio is the only African-American owned and operated talk radio station in Pennsylvania, considered the go-to media channel to engage, interact and connect with Philadelphia’s Black community. Learn More

Vote That Jawn

Using the power of youth voice and connection, #VoteThatJawn aims to bring 18-year-olds and other first-time voters to the polls—beginning a process toward full civic engagement—not just for a charismatic candidate, but to advocate for youth safety, agency, and inclusion. Learn More