Our Mission

Our Mission

Affecting positive change through the sweetness of partnerships and selfless support for others.

Affecting positive change through the sweetness of partnerships and selfless support for others.

Shared Legacies

World Premiere 2020 Anniversary of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival February 10, 2020

Shared Legacies

World Premiere 2020 Anniversary of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival February 10, 2020

  

ABOUT THE MISSION STATEMENT

Founded in 2011, Building Relationships, Inc. dba Spill the Honey, promotes human dignity as well as 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. 

 

 

 ABOUT THE VISION

 

Spill the Honey’s vision is to use the transformative power of the arts to change hearts and minds and seek to move people to act for social change. It amplifies the voices of the historic African American-Jewish civil rights coalition in order to reinforce shared legacies that can still foster empathy, nurture compassion, and build partnerships transcending divisions of race, class, gender and ethnicity.

 

Spill the Honey recognizes and honors the Jewish-American community’s legacy of fighting anti-Semitism and surviving the Holocaust and the African-American community’s legacy enduring slavery and fighting for freedom The historic connections between these two communities can serve as a foundation for teaching tolerance of cultural differences, focusing public attention on present day injustice, and encouraging young people to become global citizens. Spill the Honey’s goals are: 

 

• to promote continued dialogue, cooperation, and coalition building among diverse people and communities to achieve social justice, beginning with African Americans and Jews.

• to highlight the alliance between African Americans and Jews that helped America dismantle Jim Crow segregation, though institutional racism still must be vanquished.

• to educate the next generation about the history, relevance, and transformative power of uniting diverse communities that share common values of justice, truth, and equality.

• to elucidate the reality that persecution is not a monopoly of any one people or culture; rather, it is a shared human experience that can only be ended and transcended when people unite across boundaries

 

 

 

 

 

  

ABOUT THE MISSION STATEMENT

Founded in 2011, Building Relationships, Inc. dba Spill the Honey, promotes human dignity as well as 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. 

 

 

 ABOUT THE VISION

 

Spill the Honey’s vision is to use the transformative power of the arts to change hearts and minds and seek to move people to act for social change. It amplifies the voices of the historic African American-Jewish civil rights coalition in order to reinforce shared legacies that can still foster empathy, nurture compassion, and build partnerships transcending divisions of race, class, gender and ethnicity.

 

Spill the Honey recognizes and honors the Jewish-American community’s legacy of fighting anti-Semitism and surviving the Holocaust and the African-American community’s legacy enduring slavery and fighting for freedom The historic connections between these two communities can serve as a foundation for teaching tolerance of cultural differences, focusing public attention on present day injustice, and encouraging young people to become global citizens. Spill the Honey’s goals are: 

 

• to promote continued dialogue, cooperation, and coalition building among diverse people and communities to achieve social justice, beginning with African Americans and Jews.

• to highlight the alliance between African Americans and Jews that helped America dismantle Jim Crow segregation, though institutional racism still must be vanquished.

• to educate the next generation about the history, relevance, and transformative power of uniting diverse communities that share common values of justice, truth, and equality.

• to elucidate the reality that persecution is not a monopoly of any one people or culture; rather, it is a shared human experience that can only be ended and transcended when people unite across boundaries

 

 

 

 

 

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GET INVOLVED

Be apart of continuing the legacy of social change.

Be apart of continuing the legacy of social change.