Black Mental Health MattersIf you are struggling during these unpredictable and difficult times, here are some resources to help:
- Black Mental Health Matters
- 44 Mental Health Resources for Black People Trying to Stay Alive in This Country
With the understanding that the Climate Crisis is deeply entwined with other ongoing injustices and struggles, we will host a safe, comfortable and non-judgmental space to verbally confront the topic of Solastasia, the paralyzing melancholia induced from environmental distress.
CREATIVE MIGRATION is a women-led, international arts organization based in Los Angeles and Bangkok. Our mission is to advance cultural diplomacy through the three pillars of art, public engagement and sustainability.
Our focus is on art and social practice, having continuously supported projects to build relationships and develop collaborations through three primary strands:
- Artist Residencies & Creative Hubs
- Site-specific Installations
- Transmedia Projects
Last year, we established BANGKOK 1899, a new cultural and civic hub with major support from The Rockefeller Foundation and the Ford Motor Company Fund. Our long-term goal is to expand this regenerative hub model globally.
Our new website is UNDER CONSTRUCTION, get ready for more content in the near future!
Thanks from the CM team ✌️️
Creative Migration was honored to partner with the Women of Color Collective in Sustainability (WOC/CS) for the first-ever Collective Resiliency Summit.On July 31, this full-day virtual summit brought together leaders, changemakers and pioneers who are creating a future of sustainable industries and a climate movement that is inclusive, equitable and reimagines the relationship between people and planet.
Women of Color professionals and experts convened to talk about what it looks like to solve critical challenges in order to create a greener world.
Stay tuned for the recap info!
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