Creating Change through Arts, Culture, and Equitable Development: A Policy and Practice Primer (Executive Summary)

by Milly Hawk Daniel; Kalima Rose; Jeremy Liu

Jan 1, 2017

Collectively, arts and culture enable understanding of the past and envisioning of a shared, more equitable future. In disinvested communities, arts and culture act as tools for equitable development—shaping infrastructure, transportation, access to healthy food, and connecting community identity to the development of a vibrant local economy. In communities of color and low-income communities, arts and culture contribute to strengthening cultural identity, healing trauma, and fostering shared vision for community.

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