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Join us for Sherehe!

Join us for Sherehe!

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On July 10, we are hosting our first ever ALA Sherehe and we are excited to bring together our global community once again in a virtual celebration of song and dance We…
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#WhatMovesYou? Inspiring Change and Staying Connected through Visual Arts

#WhatMovesYou? Inspiring Change and Staying Connected through Visual Arts

The world as we know it has changed. As communities around the world grapple with a ‘new normal’ brought about by the devastating COVID-19 outbreak, the world is uniting through the creative arts whether it be through virtual concerts in John Legend’s living room, or online museum tours, the arts are virtually bringing us together in a time of social distancing. As a result, the ALA community has found various ways to stay engaged, vibrant and connected to one another. In Tanzania, Emmanuel Mushy ’11 launched a street art campaign promoting good hygiene and alternative modes of greeting in Kigogo, a rural part of Tanzania. The art mural, titled Zingatia – which means ‘consider’, was installed in the locale with over 57,000 residents, many of whom are low income and illiterate. For people who are at high risk of contracting COVID-19, this campaign communicates clearly in a language easily understood.

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