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We are reclaiming the month of February and Valentine's Day and have created this giving campaign as a warm-hearted way to highlight the people who have fought for The Love of Justice.


The support we receive from our beloved community has made it possible to share free and subsidized programming and ongoing resources. We LOVE us some resources! If you’d like to sprinkle some sugar our way, please find ways to give below.

In gratitude, 

The artEquity Team!


Two ways to give!

  1. Share the Love! Send a personalized social justice Valentine (find out more below).

  2. Make a donation using the button below.

To learn more about giving to artEquity, please feel free to contact Development Manager , Carolyn Renée Morris 



artEquity Community is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization (EIN: 83-1936722).

Share the Love!

Donate and share the love of justice with a personalized, digital Valentine’s Day card! Choose from a selection of specially designed (it's a surprise!) digital cards that will be sent directly to your Valentine/s on or before Sunday, February 14th. Visit each pioneer below and choose your Valentine!

Digital cards available by donation until 3p PT February 13, 2021. For questions and/or technical support, please contact us at

  • Stacey Park Milbern
    Mon, Feb 22
    via email
    "Grow. Change. Be better. But also [...] know you are a beautiful human being who deserves love and tenderness and care as you are."
  • Grace Lee Boggs
    Mon, Feb 22
    via email
    "Love isn't about what we did yesterday; it's about what we do today and tomorrow and the day after."
  • Sylvia Rivera
    Mon, Feb 22
    via email
    "We have to be visible. We should not be ashamed of who we are."
  • Rigoberta Menchú Tum
    Mon, Feb 22
    via email
    "I am like a drop of water on a rock. After drip, drip, dripping in the same place, I begin to leave a mark, and I leave my mark in many people’s hearts."
  • Audre Lorde
    Mon, Feb 22
    via email
    "If [we] cannot love and resist at the same time, [we] probably will not survive."
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