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We’re growing!

In January here at The Lamp Project we… • had our first month with over 1,000 page views on the site. • topped 250 Facebook fans. • welcomed a social media team of five very generous volunteers. • began sorting through artist submissions for inclusion in our book, How Art Can Help End Viiolence Against Women. • began developing our first educational programs. • started work on a website redesign. Thank you for supporting The Lamp Project in our mission to illuminate and support socially engaged artists! We’re thrilled to have you as a part of the community of passionate and compassionate people forming around this intersection of arts and causes.

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Podcasts now on Stitcher, SoundCloud, and iTunes.

A version of The Lamp Project logo.

You can now find our podcasts in three different places:

Stitcher
SoundCloud
iTunes (mixed audio and video or audio only).

Pick your favorite, subscribe, and enjoy!

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Come Be A Part Of It 4 (video podcast)

We are extremely proud to share the final installment in our series of four promotional videos. We made these to highlight a few important causes—homelessness, in this one—and to tell the world what The Lamp Project is all about. An incredible all-volunteer effort made them possible. And we all hope you’ll like them, be inspired, and share. Thanks for watching.

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Chloe Flower performs “Revolution” (video podcast)

Watch pianist Chloe Flower perform her single, “Revolution.” With the help of legendary producer Babyface, Chloe has made a happy marriage of classical music and hip-hop. After you listen, learn more in our interview with Chloe, where she talks about her long-time support of the Somaly Mam Foundation and their struggle to end sexual slavery and human trafficking.

podcasts | podcasts-video

Come Be A Part Of It 3 (video podcast)

You’re looking at the third in our series of four videos introducing our organization. We made these to highlight a few important causes—this time, homelessness—and to tell the world what The Lamp Project is all about. An incredible all-volunteer effort made them possible. We hope you’ll feel inspired to action, and we hope you’ll share with your friends.