Rich Alapack, founder of we all live here, developed the phrase as a way to bring people and communities together regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or opinion. “In a city and country so divided, I felt like I could use my creativity for a bigger purpose." As a result, Rich started a program for schools, parks, libraries and community organizations bring we all live here themed public art to life. programs to life. These collaboratively produced participatory art projects remind everyone to get along and help each other succeed while fostering a more positive and inclusive mindset through creativity.
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