Join us at the Marciano Art Foundation on December 12, 4-7pm for the upcoming TINAG event!
The event will be co-hosted between Cara Levine, Eka Ekong and Homeboy Industries.
Levine, the founder of #thisisnotagun, is an artist and educator working in Los Angeles CA. Ekong is a writer, activist and Internationally renowned yoga teacher. She is the editor in chief of WOKE. Magazine, a periodical focused on bringing wellness, yoga and social change to diverse communities.
Homeboy Industries is the largest and preeminent gang rehabilitation and re-entry program in the world. Homeboy offers an “exit ramp” for those stuck in a cycle of violence and incarceration, helping them develop the strength and skills to transform their lives and become contributing members of society. The organization's holistic approach, with free services and programs, supports nearly 9000 men and women a year as they work to overcome their pasts, reimagine their futures, and break the intergenerational cycle of gang violence. Therapeutic and educational offerings (case management, counseling, and classes), practical services (e.g., tattoo removal, work readiness, and legal assistance), and job training-focused business (e.g., Homeboy Bakery, Homegirl Café & Catering, and Homeboy Electronics Recycling) provide healing alternatives to gang life, while creating more inclusive and healthier communities.