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Windows of Understanding: We See Through Hate Project

Collected by: New Brunswick Free Public Library

Archived since: Jan, 2018

Description:

The Windows of Understanding project coordinates artwork created showing ethnic diversity and acceptance and local businesses to display them.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Spontaneous Events Society & Culture art diversity

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Title: New Brunswick, Highland Park team on ‘Windows of Understanding’

URL: http://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/things-to-do/2018/01/06/new-brunswick-highland-park-team-windows-understanding-art-project/1005180001/

Description: Newspaper article describing the project, the artists, and the community partners involved.

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Subject:   art Social Justice Stores

Title: Social Justice Public Art Initiative Celebrates Fifth Year of Displays and Events.

URL: https://newbrunswicktoday.com/2022/02/26/social-justice-public-art-initiative-celebrates-fifth-year-of-displays-and-events/

Description: There’s still time to check out “Windows of Understanding,” the free public art initiative on display in four towns around the county. A number of local arts councils as well as Rutgers University have partnered on the initiative, uniting local artists in New Jersey, non-profit organizations, and businesses here in Middlesex County.

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Subject:   Windows of Understanding Art Social Justice

Title: Windows of Understanding Instagram page

URL: https://www.instagram.com/windowsofunderstanding/?hl=en/

Description: Instagram account with images from the Windows of Understanding Project

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Subject:   Art Social Justice Stores

Title: New Brunswick, Highland Park, Rutgers, Use Art to Team Up Against Hate - New Brunswick NJ News - TAPinto

URL: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/new-brunswick/articles/new-brunswick-highland-park-rutgers-use-art-to/

Description: Newspaper article describing the project, the artists, and the community partners involved.

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Subject:   Art Social Justice Stores

Title: New Brunswick Artist's Work Captures Hurt, Hope of Maternal Health Care Disparities.

URL: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/new-brunswick/sections/arts-and-entertainment/articles/new-brunswick-artist-s-work-captures-hurt-hope-of-maternal-health-care-disparities/

Description: Martryce Roach's artwork is on display at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center through the end of February as part of the Windows of Understanding program.

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Subject:   Art New Brunswick Performing Arts Center Martryce Roach Public Health Healthcare inequities New Jersey Black Women Physicians Association

Title: Windows of Understanding website

URL: https://www.windowsofunderstanding.org/

Description: The vision for this public art project is to transform our “main street” spaces into literal windows of understanding; spaces in which the community can learn about the positive strides being made by local organizations around a wide array of social justice issues that don’t make daily headlines. Windows of Understanding is a creative, community-building response to the negativity and hate being perpetuated in today’s media landscape. Our belief is that through visual language, artists can communicate methods of understanding in powerful ways that cut across cultural boundaries.

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Subject:   Art Social Justice Stores

Title: Windows of Understanding Back for Fifth Year - Youtube

URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3QBmMyFdGs/

Description: Windows of Understanding pairs 24 non-profit organizations with an artist facilitator to create original works of art that address issues of social justice. Now in its fifth year, the works will be on display at venues throughout New Brunswick, Highland Park, Metuchen, and South Plainfield through February 28, 2022

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Subject:   Rutgers University Mason Gross Social Justice Art and Artists Public health Climate Change Tracey O'Reggio Clarke New Brunswick Performing Arts Center Tracey O'Reggio Clarke New Brunswick Performing Arts Center

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