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At Green Hope Project, we value the arts, education, and our environment. This mission inevitably includes the value for human life and the freedom from police brutality. We cannot begin to understand what the Black community is experiencing, and has experienced throughout history, and we will not pretend to.  

The murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless men, women, and children are deplorable. Having it occur at the hands of those sworn to protect and serve is abhorrent. We stand with the families of these victims and with all the families that have come before them. But this is not enough.

As we have learned through our environmental work and research, racial injustice is not limited to police brutality. This systemic inequality also extends to social, economic, and environmental issues.

Our commitment is to support you and vow to do better as an organization and as individuals. We vow to listen, to educate ourselves, and to become an active part of the solution. We stand with the Black community. We stand with our youth. We stand for justice, equality, and fairness.

We pledge to be part of the solution. We invite you, talented, beautiful, diverse, creative individuals to embrace your mediums and raise your voice through your Art, your Advocacy, your Activism, and through our collective Hope.  

We don't have all the answers, yet we want to have conversations that are so incredibly needed at this time. If you have a question, let us know- together we will learn, together we will bring about the change that is so incredibly needed. Together we stand.

Stay tuned for announcements on upcoming events and to learn about Black Artists around the globe and from our own community.



Are you familiar with these Black Artists?

·  Elizabeth Catlett

·  Jessica Care Moore

·  Ruby Dee

·  Audre Lorde

·  Ntozake Shange


·  TEDxDetroit - Jessica Care Moore - A Poem SavedMy Life

·  TEDxPhiladelphia - Sonia Sanchez - What Does It Mean To Be Human? 

·  TEDxRainier - Megan Ming Francis - Let's get to the root of racial injustice

·  TEDxFlourCity - Melanie Funchess - Bias --How It Effects Us And How We Push Through

·  TED-Ron Finley- A Guerrilla Gardener in South Central LA

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In recent days and weeks, we have been watching, observing, and trying to find the words to express our sadness, outrage, and to reflect on what we can do. We would be amiss to our values and mission if we did not share our thoughts, stance, and plan of action.

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Thank you!

For taking part in our

LIVE VIRTUAL awards ceremony

that took place on May 30th, 2 pm.

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Photography Art Exhibit

Brought to you by:

Green Hope Project & Socorro ISD Fine Arts


Green Hope Project is proud to collaborate with Socorro ISD and sponsor the Art------6ft Apart photography contest! In this showcase, you will see moving artwork from SISD students, parents, & employees, depicting how they are weathering this COVID-19 storm.

At a time when everyone feels alone and isolated, SISD & GHP want to encourage the unity that we have in this shared experience. The goal is to allow a creative outlet during these unprecedented times, while promoting inspiration and documentation through the fine arts. This exhibit will show us happy, sad, silly, and hopeful moments. Thank you for allowing us into your homes and hearts, through your art! We will get through this together.

Winners and Prizes have been announced during our LIVE VIRTUAL awards ceremony on Saturday, May 30th, at 2 pm. Watch the showcase below.

The top 100 pieces will be printed and framed, to be showcased at the Socorro ISD District Service Center at 12440 Rojas Drive. In addition, the top 100, have been announced and also our 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners for each category, along with several honorable mentions. 


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Photography Art Contest Winners

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Photography Art Awards Ceremony

Watch it below!

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Thank you for joining us from your homes to tune in to our first ever Youtube live event!

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Green Hope Project thanks you, from the bottom of our hearts!

We were still able to enjoy the art, the artists, the prizes and the friends!

Please continue enjoying the art by clicking on our T2T Gallery.


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Thank you to all the artist for making such creative, and beautiful works of art. Congratulations to our winners LIVE awards ceremony.

Also congratulations to our prize giveaway winners. We will be contacting you this week thru next. Giveaways consist of gift cards, food baskets, custom-made face masks, toilet paper and some GHP merch!


Thank you, State Senator Jose Rodriguez for inspirational opening!

A big THANKS to all our sponsors.

Title sponsor:  TFCU - Teachers Federal Credit Union

It's Your World Project, Sir Realistic Productions & ZoOM Design.

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2020 LIVE awards ceremony

The environmental summit is postponed,

until further notice.




We are thrilled to have a passionate keynote speaker, Michael Reynolds, the architect of Earthship homes. There will also be opportunities for community involvement, green vendors, hands-on workshops, and a panel discussion. The summit deliberations will be on the following theme: green infrastructure. The summit will be a platform where our city can come together and address environmental challenges, discover green businesses in our area, try new eco-friendly products, and witness the creative artworks from recycled materials made by k-adult artists. In addition to all of this, we will also have prizes, food,

a recycled art runway show, and face painting!  Green Hope Project is partnering with the Environmental Services Department this year to bring you the Earth Day Celebrations at San Jacinto Plaza and the Cortez building. 

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