Category: Barr News
New grants will support artist-led solidarity economy practices, innovative climate resilience efforts in local communities, and new research to drive educator diversity efforts in Massachusetts.
Jamilah Bradshaw and Francisco Torres will grow Barr's Arts Team as it extends and deepens its focus on racial equity.
The associate will focus on Barr's efforts to put success within reach of all students across New England.
The murders in Buffalo are, yet again, a call to action.
Staff members share their experiences and takeaways.
Grants include support for a new black box theater in Boston, a campaign to amplify public transit information for Spanish-speaking riders, and support for an innovative high school redesign.
Grants include support for artist-led, community-based projects, expanded learning networks on climate resilience and community engagement, and the launch of a national leadership development program for Black professionals.
In this year-end blog post, Jim Canales reflects on 2021 and previews Barr’s plans for the year ahead.
Grants include support for artist-led movements for spatial justice, a community-driven air justice campaign, and a partnership with civil rights and education organizations working together to address educational disparities.
Jim Canales reflects on recent staffing additions and changes in support of Barr’s mission of service