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the junction where the arts and community meet

In the fall of 2020, the West Windsor Arts Council and the African American Parent Support Group, in partnership with the new nonprofit, Art Against Racism, invited the greater West Windsor and Plainsboro community to participate in a community art project. No art experience was necessary to be a part of this effort to mark the West Windsor Arts Center as an anti-racist institution and to create community conversation.

We created this project with the belief that everyone has a seat at the table and everyone’s voice is important!

Special thanks to Latoya Edwards and Rhinold Ponder for their partnership in this meaningful project.

Community members creating the flags:
Jaime An-Wong, Bahree-Agarwal Family, Ilene Dube, Joan Druckman, Gary Fourier, Aylin Green, Latoya Edwards, Hersh Family, Carol Hoffman, Kathleen Hurley Liao, Sophia Kimm, Renee Kumar, Wey-Wey Kwok, Bruce Lindsay, Andrea  Mandel, Tessa Manolakos, Paigen Manolakos, Jenna Manolakos, Lori Marabella, Julia Marabella, Zia Ostarral, Yamini Pathak, People & Stories, Mishka Rastogi, Megna Rastogi, Aanya Rajesh, Kirsten Sanford, Carol Schepps, Kimberly & Bill Schimmel, Karen Schoenitz, Chanika Svetvilas

Volunteers:
Jaime An-Wong, Maureen Connolly-Hersh, Ilene Dube, Latoya Edwards, Samhita Ghosh, Gina Holland, Valerie Nelson, Carol Schepps, Janet Serrano, Emmanuel Serrano