IN REMEMBERANCE OF CONGRESSMAN JOHN LEWIS AND REVEREND C.T. VIVIAN
We are heartbroken by the deaths of Congressman John Lewis and Reverend C.T. Vivian, two lions of the Civil Rights Movement. Their lives will inspire generations of positive change. Spill the Honey is grateful for their leadership and the sacrifices they made. We honor their memory and will continue to act according to their teachings.
SPILL THE HONEY
THE FOUNDATION'S GOAL IS TO ENABLE EVERY INDIVIDUAL TO SPREAD DIGNITY, GOODNESS, AND KINDNESS. THE SWEETNESS OF HONEY SHOULD SPILL OVER, CONNECTING PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS, FAITHS, AND RACES. "SHARED LEGACIES" SHOWS THE INCREDIBLE IMPORTANCE OF THE SHARED HISTORY AND STRENGTH THAT FLOWS FROM THE BLACK-JEWISH ALLIANCE.
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CONGRESSMAN JOHN LEWIS
REVEREND C.T. VIVIAN
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WRITTEN BY: ZARINA SEMENTELLI, JOHN BARTLETT, AND SHARI ROGERS
THEME SONG FOR SHARED LEGACIES
PUBLISHED BY: THE RETNUH AGENCY (LLC) AND SPILL THE HONEY FOUNDATION
Salute to Greatness Awards Gala 2019
The Christine King Farris Legacy of Service Award Honoree Sherry Frank
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Spill the Honey Foundation, promotes human dignity and advances public knowledge of the Holocaust and Civil Rights Movement through educational and artistic programs, sponsored initiatives, and strategic partnerships. Spill the Honey strives to advance cultural tolerance and draw attention to contemporary injustices.
Opening Night Performance 2020 Anniversary Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
Building Bridges Jury Prize
"Shared Legacies embodied...understanding between seemingly disparate communities, creating connections that strengthened the plight for justice and equality, and showed the possibilities that can result from allowing ourselves to see the other."