Alliance of Ethics & Art, Inc.

not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation

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At the 150th Anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad in Utah (1869-2019)

May 9, 2019

Chinese Railroad Worker Descendants Honor the Crucial Contributions of Their Ancestors 

Photograph © 2019 by Corky Lee

(used with permission)

 

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The Power of People against Racism and for Civil Rights

Help Preserve History and Keep It Alive!

Our mission is to join with others in the fight to end racism, and to preserve civil rights history in the voices and words of those who made that history, based on principles of Aesthetic Realism, the education founded by philosopher Eli Siegel.

   Our work has two major projects: 

1) "The People of Clarendon County"--A Play by Ossie Davis, & the Answer to Racism

2) “The Force of Ethics in Civil Rights” Oral History Project of video interviews with unsung pioneers of all races—men and women whose actions on behalf of justice deserve our nation’s gratitude and acknowledgment.

 
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A Tribute to Captain Allan Rex Michael (Dec.21, 1956 - Feb. 18, 2020)

 

ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

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Congressman Elijah E. Cummings
1951–2019)
Congressman, US House of Representatives, Maryland's 7th district
Interviewed in Washington, DC

Addie L. Wyatt
(1924 – 2012)
National Labor Leader, Women's Rights Advocate,  and Civil Rights Activist 
Interviewed in Chicago, IL

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Dabney Montgomery
(1923-2016),
Tuskegee Airman,
Born in Selma, AL,
Civil Rights Activist,
MLK Bodyguard,
Interviewed in Harlem

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