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Kevin Jonas plays “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” for APJ

Amazing news—musician, actor, and APJ supporter Kevin Jonas will be competing on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” today to help our schools in Haiti! This famous Jonas brother is all about doing good and having fun. Kevin Jonas has supported Artists for Peace and Justice by launching a Crowdrise
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Meet the Team: Sonal Gadre-Shintre

Born in Mumbai, Sonal Gadre-Shintre is our Graphic Designer at Artists for Peace and Justice. With over 7 years of experience in the creative field, Sonal has a strong track record of managing successful branding and advertising campaigns. She also has a strong track record of packing the most exquisite
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APJ Welcomes Peter Tunney to Haiti

New York City-based pop artist and APJ advisory board member, Peter Tunney, is the epitome of optimism, creativity, and adventure. Using his art to overpower apathy, Peter Tunney creates inspiring large-scale collages using the messages he lives by: “THE TIME IS ALWAYS NOW”, “DON’T PANIC”, and our personal favorite, “GRATTITUDE”. Peter Tunney’s work
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Meet our Students: Lorry Augustave

We had the opportunity to spend time with impressive 9th grader Lorry Augustave. Following her through a typical day at the Academy for Peace and Justice, we hung out with her friends between class, spoke with her teachers, and learned more about Lorry’s story. Later that week, we paid a
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Fierce Creativity at Pace Gallery

Amazing week at Pace Gallery! Artists for Peace and Justice gathered close friends from the art world and Hollywood to open the second edition of FIERCE CREATIVITY, a four-day selling exhibition featuring work from 45+ leading contemporary artists who are committed to extraordinary impact. Curated by Chuck Close and Jessica Craig-Martin,
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