Philadelphia Choreographer Rebecca Davis is Honored for Her Activism

WASHINGTON—The founder and artistic director of the award-winning Rebecca Davis Dance Company is being honored by the Save Darfur Coalition for her creative activism to raise awareness about the genocide in Darfur.  The Save Darfur Coalition’s ‘Darfur Heroes’ program distinguishes individuals and groups who have made significant efforts in their communities to end violence in Sudan. In […]

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Art as Activism

Today marks the halfway point in our 16 Days campaign. On this day we have chosen to highlight the role of the creative community in educating and advocating for an end to genocide and violence against women. I’ve always considered myself to be a creative person and a dedicated activist. In college I put these […]

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Save Darfur Coalition Marks International Women’s Movement with Unique Campaign

WASHINGTON – The Save Darfur Coalition is observing the internationally-observed “16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence” between November 25, 2009 (International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) and December 10, 2009 (International Human Rights Day).  For each of the 16 days, the coalition’s unique campaign will honor a leader in the fight to empower, […]

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November’s Darfur Hero: A Ballet about Darfur

The Darfur Heroes program is a way for the Save Darfur Coalition to honor individuals and groups who have done inspiring and important work in an effort to end the violence in Sudan. This November, the Save Darfur Coalition is proud to honor Rebecca Davis, an entrepreneur and activist who has used the arts to […]

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Dancing to the Edge of Darfur

This weekend, as part of my internship with Save Darfur, I traveled to Philadelphia to a special event held by the Rebecca Davis Dance Company called “Dancing to the Edge of Darfur.” This event brought together ballet dancers, filmmakers, activists and community members for an evening dedicated to artistic expression and raising awareness about the […]

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