Black Coral Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and survival of the knowledge and cultural heritage of Black, Indigenous and other people from the threat of erasure and neglect. It hosts a collective of artists, activists and social experts to support its mission and productions.
Utilizing the lens of art, Black Coral Inc. presents these populations with options for educational empowerment that will drive community engagement opportunities to collectively consider through the portal of art-making which will make the earth a healthier place to live. In tandem with that goal, Black Coral is dedicated to increasing public awareness for the need to protect ecosystems endangered by climate change occurring in the environments where focused populations reside. Black Coral Inc. presents on our website different ways to take action to save our precious cultural heritage and our treasured planet.
An essential part of Black Coral’s mission is to educate the Boston community at-large. We work with diverse and sometimes stratified communities, utilizing resources that complement our programming .that enables us to reach a larger portion of the Greater Boston area. Black Coral Inc is focused on being a resource for every community because climate change does not see color, race, or gender. The Black Coral programs are offered to all individuals within the BIPOC, LBGTQIA, and cross-generational groups, as these communities are identified as most the affected by the effects of climate change in the latest reports from the United Nations.