Define American’s 19 Ways to Stay Positive and Engaged During a Pandemic
When we share stories of the helpers and keep practicing citizenship, we define American
On Pi Day, the Art of American Pie
Define American Field Organizer Adrian Escarate interviews #MyAmericanPie founder Lauren Ko
Define American Honored as One of Fast Company's “World’s Most Innovative Companies” for Second Year Running
Transcending politics through narrative change recognized as an innovative nonprofit approach
Songwriter inspired by love for her community
Julie Yeeun Kim’s mission and music in the heart of Los Angeles
Define American Undocumented Artist Fellowship Project Grants Announced
Community projects in New Orleans and California funded through the summer
Creating community through stories
Meet Lilian Shtereva, NY-based artist fellow
Embracing the process in art and community
For artist Ana Armengod, art is both creation and destruction
Sneak Peek: Latest Define American Immigrant Portrayals Research on Stage at Sundance
Full television study to be released mid-March
Organizing and art in the heart of New Orleans
Karla Rosas and Fernando Lopez: New Orleans-based visual artists documenting their community in all its complexity.
Chi-town is the heart of America and so are immigrants
Brian Herrera is a Chicago-based graphic activist who used the Define American Artist Fellowship to become a full-time artist.
What’s New With Define American, January 2020
We had a lot to celebrate in 2019! From exceeding our fundraising goals to prominent media coverage of our work, it was a year where we reached more hearts and minds than ever before. Now, as we look to the year ahead, check out all the incredible things we’ve already been up to in 2020 and everything we have coming up in the months ahead!
Art is a tool for building communities
Define American Art Fellow Elnaz Javani unites changing immigrant neighborhood with art
Party of Five premieres on Freeform this week!
Define American consulted with the writers of Freeform’s Party of Five.