March 18 - April 11, 2014
Various venues at Syracuse University and others.
February 12 - 13, 2014
Oxford Hills Middle School, South Paris, Maine
January 30, 2014
Dartmouth College, Spaulding Auditorium, Hanover NH
January 14 - February 15, 2014
Telstar Helen Barry Auditorium and the Owen Gallery
January 11, 2014
The Gracie Theater, Bangor, ME
January 22 - 23, 2014
Bates College, Lewiston, Maine
January 15, 2014
Orono High School
January 6 - February 28, 2014
York Public Library & York Middle School
Connie Carter and Operation Breaking Stereotypes
Founder of Operation Breaking Stereotypes and AWTT Director of Education, Connie Carter, talks about the history of OBS in this Bangor Daily News article.
US Postal Service Selects Shetterly Portrait for Shirley Chisholm Stamp
Brooksville, Maine -- On January 31, the United States Postal Service will unveil a new postage stamp honoring Shirley Chisholm.
A story of forgiveness, a moment of grace
This letter about the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission by Arla Patch and Robert Shetterly was first published in the Lewiston Sun Journal.
AWTT Week in Review: Novemeber 29 - December 6, 2013
AWTT week in review: Sibel Edmonds, Denise Altvater, Esther Attean.
What Is the Purpose of Education? -- AWTT Begins a Year of Teacher Workshops
This month, AWTT begins a series of professional development workshops for Maine teachers, funded by the Maine Community Foundation.
AWTT Partner, Operation Breaking Stereotypes Completes Successful Year
Twenty Mount Desert Island (ME) and Bronx Academy of Letters (NY) students met for five days at MDI High School and worked on a powerful project about hate language in their schools andcommunities.
Op-Ed: Robert Shetterly & Dud Hendrick React to the Bradley Manning Conviction
The government has it right. Bradley Manning is guilty -- but not for the crimes they convicted him for. If his crime was defending democracy, guilty. If his crime was defending justice and morality, guilty. Exposing the truth, guilty.Pvt.
Common Dreams Unveils Shetterly’s Snowden Portrait – Readers React
Very few of Rob Shetterly’s AWTT subjects have elicited a response as powerful as the one to his most recent portrait of Edward Snowden.Yesterday, on July 18, 2013, Common Dreams “unveiled” the portrait on their website.
Robert Shetterly Reviews In the Body of the World: A Memoir by Eve Ensler
Eve Ensler, In the Body of the World: A Memoir, Metropolitan Books, New York, 2013.There's a story I like to tell about William Sloane Coffin speaking at the funeral of a ten year old boy in 1984. The boy had drowned on a class trip.
AWTT Launches Affiliate Program for Online Sales Partners
Peace & Justice centers, schools, progressive media sites, environmental and social justice advocates and other organizations can now raise money for their programs and causes by selling AWTT posters and cards from their own websites, Facebook pa
- Bill Bigelow: An Earth Day Message - Take Heart from the Abolition Movement
- The Backward Dancing Man
- Exuberant Whales and Frantic Turtles
- What Would Clyde Do? Why I Painted Clyde Kennard
- What You Should Know by Russell Libby, a review
- This App Is So Cool!
- AWTT Focusing on Narrative Activism
- David Swanson: "War in Syria will not be won"
- Peter Ludlow on Whistleblowing and Hacktivism
- Seeking the Balance: Individual vs. Community