A confession – I love Thanksgiving. My wife and I, plus our children and grandchildren, celebrate on Cape Cod with my brother and his family. It is such a warm and cozy break from what is often the most frenetic time of the year at the Rosenberg Fund for Children. I often joke – my family will say much too often – that I give thanks on Thanksgiving for surviving until Thanksgiving.
[guest post by Amber Black, RFC Communications Director]
From indigenous artists using hip hop and digital media to fight colonization, to how the War on Terror is criminalizing entire communities; from the campaign for a $15/hour minimum wage, to the fight against solitary confinement and mass incarceration; and from “Antipsychiatry’s Challenge to the Left,” to revolutionary politics in Venezuela and Quebec, and scores of other topics, Left Forum 2014 was a thrumming beehive of discourse about progressive movements across the U.S. and around the globe.
This October 1&2, the Rosenberg Fund for Children is proud to support Sankofa.org's groundbreaking "Many Rivers to Cross" Social Justice Music and Arts Festival. Taking place in Chattahoochee Hills, GA – just outside of Atlanta – “Many Rivers to Cross” will be the largest multi-generational music and arts festival dedicated to progressive social change.