Based at the UCLA School of Law, the Williams Institute is the nation’s leading research center on sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy.
Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Middle School Jazz Academy is a skills- and aesthetic-based music education program that provides direct individual and ensemble training to students ages 11–13.
WeBop is a jazz education program for youngsters 8 months to 5 years of age, providing a creative outlet for children and their caretakers to explore jazz through movement, songs, and storytelling.
Essentially Ellington aims to instill a broader understanding of the rich canon of jazz. Duke Ellington’s music is core not only to the jazz canon, but also to America's 20th century musical herita
The mission of JALC is to advance the appreciation and understanding of jazz through performance, education, and preservation activities and to ensure a vibrant future for the art form.
AniMeals offers free pet food for dogs and cats of the elderly or disabled.. AniMeals helps keep people and their companion pets together and ensures pets will always receive nutritious meals.
"A Way with Words" is more than a public radio program about why we say the things we do. It's an examination of history, culture, and family, explored through the lens of language.
Helen Woodward Animal Center, located in Rancho Santa Fe, California, is a unique, private, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals and enriching the lives of people.
The Pet Encounter Therapy Program provides children and adults confined to institutional settings for a variety of reasons with the unconditional love and tactile benefit of our animal ambassadors.
The goal of the Adoptions program at Helen Woodward Animal Center is to save the lives of as many companion dogs and cats as possible and to move them into safe, loving homes.