March 12, 2021
The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) has announced this year’s cohort of artists and cultural workers participating in its annual Advocacy Leadership Institute (ALI).
With the support of faculty and staff, fellows will participate in a series of preparatory webinars laying the groundwork for a virtual advocacy intensive where fellows will meet with congressional leaders and staff from federal agencies working in cultural policy.
“While they work across various approaches and mediums, this year’s fellows share a commitment to building a more equitable arts field and uphold creativity as a powerful tool for social justice,” said Monica A. Sosa, Program Manager of Leadership Institutes at NALAC.
Learn more about the fellows on NALAC's website.
Published: March 12, 2021