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"Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope."
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

The New Legacy, USA Overview

"More than ever...we need our artists and patrons, our historians and educators to help us make sense of the world in which we live, to remind us about what really matters in life."
President Bill Clinton (Ceremony Presidential Medals of Honor - 1998)

New Legacy USA is an initiative for social reconstruction in 21st Century America. It includes: social & broadcast media, public forums, civic involvement, the arts and Humanities, psycho-social community building and politics, legislation, faith, health and wellness, business, K-16 education, local national and international methods for 21st Century use of science, media, technology and economic theories and philosophies.

The New Legacy USA relates to the intellectual and civic Americana of the African American freedom struggles, initiatives and American inventions, civil rights and legislative and popular culture contributions to human rights, world-culture, & national and international social progress.

Projected projects for special events and initiatives will include: (have the link to the project able to be clicked on) "The New Legacy: Reclaiming The Dream Full Length Ballet (Arts and Social Reconstruction performance piece directed by Tony Award-winner- Dr. George Faison; Creative Director, Emmy Award-Winner, Wyatt Jackson; Artistic Director, American Military Veteran, Monique Barashango (Founder, ViZion Dance International)

    Trilogy 21 Arts: ViZion International, George Faison Respect and Dunham 21 Arts Projects
  • One Safe Community: Violence Reduction - The Community Engagement Town Hall Meeting Series
  • Civics, Social Studies and Health Today Platforms for elders, seniors, adults and children
  • National and International Entrepreneurial Studies in Industrialized Nations
  • The Divided Minds Metaphor and the No Walls Churches
  • Connecting the Productive Diaspora for Economic and Civic Progress