AWTT artist Robert Shetterly is busy visiting schools this fall, engaging with students about what if means to be a “good citizen.:
AWTT education director Connie Carter offers a summary of the AWTT conference for educators, help in early November 2022.
For Veterans Day, AWTT highlights those in the portrait gallery who served in the U. S. armed forces. We honor them for their military service to the country, as well as for their perspectives on warfare and institutional corruption. As veterans, they bring valuable insights to the realities of war. And they have all been […]
AWTT portrait subjects behind the right to vote.
Kimmerer named MacArthur Felllow
Jefferson Community & Technical College models how an educational institution can enrich its offerings through an AWTT exhibit and related activities.
New Village Press is releasing the second of AWTT’s themed portrait book series – Portraits of Earth Justice – on September 20, 2022. From the publisher: ” . . . The crisis of climate change and environmental degradation is the greatest crisis humanity has ever confronted, and the people in this book diagnose the truth […]
Frances Perkins, acting as the first female Secretary of the U.S. Department. of Labor, inspired and drafted the original Social Security Act in 1935.
As we eagerly anticipate the September publication of our new book Portraits of Earth Justice, AWTT’s portrait subjects just keep on doing what they do. Here are some recent news stories about a few of those tenacious climate advocates. At age 61, Bill McKibben is still charging full steam ahead. Here is a short list […]
On Friday evening July 8, 2022, Richard Kane’s film, Truth Tellers, about the Americans Who Tell the Truth (AWTT) portrait project, was shown in the auditorium at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.