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Lifting Each Other Up

The Institute for Community Evolution (I4CE) is a key contributor to the change in glocal (global + local) human consciousness resulting in a more coherent, collaborative, evolving and equitable communities.

Our Mission

To inspire and transform individuals and communities into thriving cohesive cultures that benefit all stakeholders (Humanity) and make a positive impact on the world.

Featured Causes

Below is information on our top causes

The Gambia Collaborative Medical Mission
The Buffalo Collaborative
Finding Joseph Collaborative
The Mediarts Collaborative

Our Main Target is Help The Poor and Needy People

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Our Main Target is Help The Poor and Needy People

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Our Main Target is Help The Poor and Needy People

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The Buffalo Collaborative

Central Question/Concern:  I too live in town with a west side and an east side, train tracks serving as a dividing line.  The west side of town having liquor stores but no grocery stores selling fresh produce.  Black churches where people who no longer live in the community return each Sunday to reconnect to a sense of cultural, social, and emotional community, where thoughts of safety lurk behind the eyes of the parishioners who do think of the shooting that occurred in South Carolina.

 

Can the people of Buffalo benefit from non-traditional approaches to mental health and wellness such as evidenced based mind-body medicine skills, especially ones that involve creativity, movement, drawing, visual arts, creative writing and draw upon the rich social-cultural history and fabric of the African American community to heal from this racially motivated hate crime?  Can other African American communities where these and similar events have occurred benefit?

 

What would happen in the community of Buffalo or similar communities if concepts from lifestyle medicine were introduced and education regarding food, movement, social relationships, smoking cessation…..were introduced and studied with the idea of returning a sense of agency and ownership to the people living in those communities?

 

Finding Joseph Collaborative: Medical Apartheid in America

Central Question/Concern:  History has taught us that racialized terrorism sends messages to members of that group to beware, to stay in their place, to stop, cease.

UNDER DEVELOPMENT

The Mediarts Collaborative

Research, Education, Advocacy

Central Question Concern: In what ways does creativity and the performing arts contribute to the evolution of all humanity?

Working with both local and national arts organizations, these collaborators utilize the performing arts as vehicles of transformation, beauty, and creative expression to transform, heal, and re-imagine a better world in service to all that is greater than ourselves.

We have two emerging projects in our MediArts Collaborative; 1. We will begin offering Glocal Writing Workshops to teach people how to write about the local and global importance of their journey or their family’s journey in global and local evolution. We need to sharpen our pencils so we can see the stories of our ancestors’ glory and take them further instead of having to repeat them. Stay tuned for upcoming Glocal Writing Workshops.

2. Developing an International traveling exhibit, in partnership with the San Diego African American Museum of Fine Arts – Captured Africans: The Resiliency of the Diaspora. This exhibit will incorporate the techno-primal tools of today with tactile remnants from the Cape Coast Castles of Ghana and begin touring in 2025.