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Arts & Community Safety Work Highlighted in Two Studies


The Alchemy of High-Performing Arts Organizations


"The Alchemy of High-Performing Arts Organizations: A Spotlight on Organizations of Color" conducted by SMU DataArts in collaboration with The Wallace Foundation, investigated the strategies of successful arts organizations serving communities of color. We are honored to be included, alongside other impactful organizations, as their research explored the "alchemy" that translates into high performance within this vital sector.

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Partnering for Community Safety


"Beyond One: The Power of Community-Based Solutions to Create Healing and Safety" highlights the collaborative efforts of Asian Health Services (AHS) and their community partners, including CCC, in addressing hate and violence through the Stop the Hate Program.

This study underscores the importance of collaborative, community-based solutions grounded in healing, prevention, and systemic change. We are proud to collaborate with AHS and other partners to provide support and resources for victims and survivors of hate, while also working to dismantle the root causes of discrimination and violence.


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