Friday, February 23 - March 8, 2007
Red Hot Embers at Ohio Wesleyan University (61 South Sandusky Street, Delaware, Ohio).
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Red Hot Embers Event Journal
February 7 - February 14, 2007
Diversity Week 2007 at Youngstown State University
February 3, 2007
"26 Years of HIV/AIDS is Enough!" Sponsored by the Ecumenical HIV/AIDS Network of Greater Cleveland
November 6 - 13, 2006
Red Hot Embers was featured at the
Ohio Independent Film Festival
October 19, 2006
Hoben High School - Akron, Ohio
World Poverty Day
Thursday, September 7, 2006 at 6:15 pm Ohio Debut/ Public Reception and Remarks
Read the Westside Leader Article
See photos from the event HERE.
Read Comments from Visitors HERE.
Northeast Ohio American Friends Service Committee - Red Hot Embers Program Associates work to create an Ohio-focused panel to add to the exhibit.
August 10, 2006
If your group or organization would like
to host the exhibit, please contact Debra Calhoun at 330-928-2301 or e-mail:
Red Hot Embers
Red Hot Embers (RHE) is a
concept developed by several young African Diasporic women artists who
work in the Chicago area with AFSC's Life Over Debt coordinator Darlene
Through this exhibit these women sought to create a
multimedia experience that would educate, promote and inspire other
young people to action around the issues that most negatively impact
the African continent; DEBT and its impact on the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
This exhibit calls upon all of us, especially young
people living in the U.S., to reflect upon the way in which each of
us play in the oppression of others.
This exhibit, which will be tour Ohio over the next
year, calls on us all to embrace the fact that "Umuntu ngumuntu
ngabanye abantu" or "My humanity is bound to your humanity,
for we can only be human together."
In Ohio, the program is administrated by the Northeast
Ohio Africa Initiative Program. If your organization or community group
would like to host the exhibit, please contact Debra Calhoun, Program
Director, at 330-928-2301 or e-mail, email@example.com.
Information regarding the exhibit can be found at the National
For more information, you can download the Sponsor Guide HERE (pdf) (This is a large file; please allow several minutes for download)