Community Roots

Artists, activists, and organizers share the gift of creating beauty and belonging during times of turmoil and struggle. They help us imagine what is possible in bold and urgent ways. What can we learn from our elders who have stewarded these traditions in our community? What threads from the past are woven into how we organize and create, here in the South Sound today?

Contact Memory Activist, Elaine Vradenburgh, elaine@windowseatmedia.org if you are interested in participating or collaborating.

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September 28, 2022

Community Roots celebrates our community's rich traditions of creative expression and activism. We invite local artists, activists, and organizers to share powerful stories and ideas, and ask what is possible, today and tomorrow. Programming evolved from oral histories shared from The Third Thirty project.