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This profile was last updated on 12/9/13  and contains information from public web pages.

Co-Founder and Project Director

Kindred Collective
9 Gammon Ave.
Atlanta, Georgia 30315
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Artists

Education

  • B.A. , Liberal Arts
    Hampshire College
  • G.I.F.T.
38 Total References
Web References
Kindred southern healing justice collective :: home
www.kindredhealingjustice.org, 9 Dec 2013 [cached]
Cara Page
Cara Page, Atlanta, ...
www.southernersonnewground.org, 31 Mar 2011 [cached]
Cara Page, Atlanta, GA
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Cara Page is the co-founder and Project Director of Kindred a southern healers organizing collaborative, based in Atlanta GA. As a Black queer artist, organizer and healing arts practitioner living in the South, she works for queer liberation, reproductive, environmental and economic justice striving to use the healing arts as tools for resiliency and sustainability. She is also an aspiring documentary artist collaborating on several storytelling projects to bring public awareness to issues of state violence and genocide, population control and eugenics, and stories of holistic responses to trauma and social conditions. She believes telling our stories is a tool of healing, towards transformation and liberation. Cara is also the former National Director of the Committee on Women Population and the Environment (CWPE). She is a recipient of the Next Generation Leadership Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship (2000) and the Human Rights Community Arts Award (2003) from the National Center for Human Rights & Education, for her achievements as an artist and organizer. Her work experience includes theater and organizing, youth and multimedia arts curriculum development, training & research, playwriting, performance poetry, sound healing and vocal improvisation. As a co-trainer of the new SONG Organizing School she seeks to incite and build new strategies and 'third dream spaces' for our organizing movements…and LOVES SONG!!!
Cara Page, Kindred ...
www.grassrootsfundraising.org, 2 Dec 2011 [cached]
Cara Page, Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective
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Ai-jen Poo and Cara Page will ground us in our bodies, vision and values and set the tone for a transformative two days together:
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Cara Page, Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective
Cara is the Coordinator of the Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective, based in Atlanta, GA. As a Black queer artist, organizer and healing arts practitioner living in the South, she works for queer liberation, reproductive justice, environmental and economic justice. She is Founder and Practitioner of Deeper Waters, LLC, which uses story, reflection and visioning to create organizing strategy and leadership practices that intervene and transform trauma and violence in our communities, movements and lives. She is a member of the National Board of INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence and a co-trainer of the Southerners on New Ground (SONG) Organizing School. She also works in partnership with the Atlanta Transformative Justice Collaborative, SINS INVALID, Project South and the Young Women's Empowerment Project. Her previous work includes being the National Director of the Committee on Women, Population and the Environment (CWPE). She is an alumna of GIFT's fundraiser-activist internship program.
news
www.nglnet.org, 4 Sept 2005 [cached]
Cara Page
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Cara PageArtistic Consultant, DirectorDeeper Waters Productions
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Cara Page is a multi-media performance artist, writer, educator, and fiber sculptor.She is founder and Artistic Director of Deeper Waters Productions, a consulting/performance company that promotes the arts as tools of learning, transformation, activism and healing.Cara produces and facilitates multi-media events, classes and workshops in the areas of communication, leadership, self-esteem building and coalition work.She has been an activist/artist for more than ten years, organizing for the liberation of People of Color, women and children.Her organizing work continues to focus on creating models of economic sustainability and leadership development through the arts.
Cara has performed and produced many original works on healing, oppression and transformation, in collaboration with other artists, activists and intergenerational communities across the country.Her work with youth and adults has spanned the range of working with schools to rehabilitation programs teaching life skills through the arts.She continues to work with community activists in creating trainings and interdisciplinary curriculums on the use of the arts as tools for liberation and healing.
Cara is currently on sabbatical from Deeper Waters Productions in order to embark on two new projects.One project is looking at alternative community models of education.As a faculty member of a new social justice charter school, the Ann Atwater Community School, she will be bringing her tools of arts-based philosophy teaching to the ideology of essential schooling.
The other project is looking at models of sustainable economics and micro-business in art and design for Communities of Color.She is the Artistic Coordinator of a new coalition of aspiring and established Artists of Color in Durham, NC, which builds tools of leadership, liberation, and economic empowerment through the practice of the arts.
She holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Hampshire College and is an alumna of G.I.F.T. (Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training, sponsored by the Center for Third World Organizing and Southern Empowerment Project.)
Speak Out at SisterSong! | Committee on Women, Population, and the Environment
www.cwpe.org, 18 Oct 2013 [cached]
By Cara Page
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Former National Director of the Committee on Women Population and the Environment; she is a queer of color artist, organizer, and healing arts practitioner. A recipient of the Rockefeller Foundation Next Generation Leadership Fellowship (2000 - 2001) and awarded for her leadership and contributions as an artist and activist for human rights by the National Center for Human Rights & Education. She is founder of Deeper Waters, a company providing reflective and creative practice as tools for organizing and individual and collective transformation. (deeperwaters@gmail.com)
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