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Amazing Grace: Freedom's Song

Keynote Speaker

Live Concert

SCHEDULE

NEWS

WELCOME

22

MARCH

Huntington, IN

20

MARCH

Fort Wayne, IN

21

MARCH

Huntington, IN

2:00PM

"Rhythms, Rhymes and Race in America"

Multicutural Lecture-Concert

6:00PM

"Creative Socio-Economic Transformation"

Lecture

2:00PM

"The Arts and Sex Trafficking Prevention"

Lecture

Welcome to the Global Institute for Diversity and Change! We've trained over 40,000 change agents since 2004. From academic and cultural institutions to government and non-government agencies, our award-winning programs are bridging the gap between leadership excellence, cultural understanding and social change around the world. Are YOU ready to join the movement?

GLOBAL INSTITUTE

FOR DIVERSITY AND CHANGE

27

MARCH

Atlanta, GA

2:45PM

"Race, Identity and Creative Expression"

Lecture

 

Award-winning filmmakers, the Horne Brothers (Kenny Leon, Denzel Washingon, Samuel L. Jackson), to shoot documentary about Yewande's next empowerment initiative in Nigeria (6/14). "Amazing Grace: Freedom's Song", will also show how youth are fighting to unite this Nigeria in the midst of religious conflict that has lead to the deaths of nearly 10,000 innocent people.

MARCH 2014

JANUARY 2014

OCTOBER 2013

GIDC founder Yewande nominated for a 2013 CNN Hero Award. Since 2006, her humanitarian organization (www.changerocksfoundation.com) has used music and arts education to empower vulnerable youth with critical life skills (leadership, conflict resolution and sustainable skills) in 8 countries from Africa to the Americas.    

FACING SEX TRAFFICKING

AMAZING GRACE

CNN HERO

Today, over 30 million children are sexually exploited around the world. Atlanta has one of the top 14 highest rates in America. As Artistic Director of "Facing Sex Trafficking: Atlanta's Dirty Little Secret", Yewande joined forces with AIB TV producers Audrey Galex and Daisha Wilber to present creative interpretations of survivors, advocates and law enforcement on the front lines of this $30 billion/year industry on March 6, 2014.