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We are committed to making visible the social structure of our organization and its activities.

Use this page to engage with social issues and ideas, explore the relationships that enable our work, and build relationships with colleagues we trust.

Our Donors

We recognize the support of individual and institutional donors who boldly sustain our organization and our programs.

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Our Network

We are a volunteer organization that builds relationships across divided communities. Our commitment to dialogue and shared values guides us in fostering new ways of working. This page acknowledges the contributions of individuals in Philadelphia and the world who come together to enable this collaborative model. We encourage you to learn about their work and engage them.

Take Part

We welcome dedicated individuals who share our values. We look forward to hearing from you!

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People

Learn about the individuals who volunteer at slought, and the values and projects they engage.

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Advocacy Blog

Engage with social issues and ideas that reflect our organizational values

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Nov 12, 2016

In these dark times, there is a need for safe spaces and sanctuaries like Slought where people can come together to care for and reflect with one another, privately and publicly. We are committed to constructing this space.

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Jul 07, 2016

An interview with artist Fazal Sheikh about dispossession and the loss of memory and identity following the the Arab-Israeli War of 1948

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Aug 08, 2015

Alanna Rebbeck reflects on the invisibility of "slow violence" and how cultural institutions can visualize a new aesthetic of resistance.


Our Collaborators

For over ten years, we have come together with individuals and organizations to develop programs at the intersection of diverse fields of knowledge. A different structure of creativity and collaboration emerges from each program we undertake. We are committed to making visible this community and acknowledging their contributions.

Collaborations with the University of Pennsylvania

Learn about our ongoing relationship with multiple schools, departments and faculty at the first university in the United States

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Other Collaborations

People's Emergency Center (PEC)
Center for Urban Ecologies (UCSD)
John Cage Trust
Project Projects


People

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Fields of knowledge

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