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Public Interest

Grassroots Battle by the Gichigami (2014)
Boswell, Tom
Year Grant Awarded 2013

Wetlands and Chippewa culture are threatened by plans for an open-pit mine in Wisconsin. This documentary project by journalist Tom Boswell, to include a photo exhibit and news articles,is designed to inform the public about risks posed by the mine. :: more

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Website > Grant awarded in 2014.


 

Greg Palast
Greg Palast
Year Grant Awarded 2010

Greg Palast’s reporting team investigated crucial, difficult stories for BBC TV, Democracy Now! Rolling Stone and In These Times: vote suppression, vulture finance attacks on Africa, oil pollution in the Amazon and the Deepwater Horizon blow-out. :: more

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Website > http://www.GregPalast.com


 

The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: An investigation of racially biased vote suppression and the funde
Greg Palast/Palast Investigative Fund of the Sustainable Markets Foundation
Year Grant Awarded 2015

Investigating latest hidden tactics to suppress the minority vote, with focus on secretive “Crosscheck” voter roll purges. Findings published by Rolling Stone, broadcast by Al Jazeera, Democracy Now and shared with Voto Latino, other rights groups. :: more

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Website > http://GregPalast.com


 

Searching for Democracy: An Act of Civil Obedience
Grossman. Beth
Year Grant Awarded 2013

Searching for Democracy is a street performance of scribing the United States Constitution with a quill pen on moneybags from failed banks. This public dialog calls attention to the impact of financial interests on Constitutional interpretation. :: more

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Website > www.bethgrossman.com


 

Marking Time: Prison Arts & Activism (2014)
Institute for Research on Women
Year Grant Awarded 2013

“Marking Time: Prison Arts and Activism” was designed to bring together scholars, writers, artists, and activists to explore the cultural aspects of imprisonment, with a focus on art produced by prisoners and in response to mass incarceration. :: more

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Website > http://irw.rutgers.edu


 

The Good Earth Project (2014)
Kerpel, Jon
Year Grant Awarded 2013

This project is dedicated to all the life-giving organisms that support our planet & are indispensable to our survival. With my art form I hope to raise awareness of environmental challenges & engage people in a dialogue that encourages stewardship. :: more

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Website > http://www.jonkerpel.com


 

No Mercy Art Exhibition:An Exploration of farm Animal Cruelty
Lefebvre Mara
Year Grant Awarded 2013

The No Mercy Art Exhibition project is a mixed media art installation of multiple small scale sculptures created by Mara Lefebvre with additional sculptures crafted by members of the community. The exhibition, lectures by animal advocates and hands :: more

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Website > http://www.artspire.org


 

No Mercy Art Exhibition:An Exploration of Farm Animal Cruelty (2014)
Lefebvre, Mara
Year Grant Awarded 2013

The “No Mercy Art Exhibition:An Exploration of Farm Animal Cruelty” project is a mixed media art installation of multiple small scale sculptures created by Mara Lefebvre with additional sculptures crafted by members of the community. The exhibition :: more

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Website > http://www.maralefebvre.weebly.com


 
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