Eureka Gilkey is the executive director of Project Row Houses and Ryan Dennis is their curator and programs director. The famously artistic social services is celebrating 25 years of history with a beautiful book: Collective Creative Actions: Project Row Houses at 25. The famous 3rd non-profit is now immortalized in the Smithsonian where the Org took a group of kids last year. That's a great story you'll want to hear as we discuss Project Row Houses' efforts to preserve and share the history of the African American experience. They also run a program to help single mothers reach financial independence. The curriculum includes parenting classes, education and of course, arts. They also incubate small business like the extraordinarily successful Workshop Houston which has been featured on Houston P.A. in the past. Go to www.projectrowhouses.org to support their programs.
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