- Good People of Playback (Bill Baker)
- Playback Memphis receives several grants!
- Playback Memphis 2017 Annual Report
- Good People of Playback (Dr. Theresa Montgomery Okwumabua)
- Research team measuring positive impact
- Good People of Playback (Glenda Mace)
- Good People of Playback (Eric Hammond)
- Good People of Playback (Rosa Mena)
- Good People of Playback (Charlene Honeycutt)
- Q & A with Pam McDonnell, 2017 holiday card artist
- Good People of Playback (Wayne Smith)
- Good People of Playback (Ann Wallace)
- Good People of Playback (Ozge Kovarik)
- Playback’s Fruitful Partnership with MPD
- Memphis Matters: Play It Forward
We love making friends with Memphians, so we’re pleased to announce our new partnership with the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Center of Shelby County.
With the ACE Center team, we’ll use the openness and honesty of Playback to help unlock healing, transformation, and joy for families at their new Universal Parenting Places. Special Thanks to Knowledge Quest and Baptist Women’s Hospital, other key partners in this initiative.
If you missed it, here’s the Memphis Flyer’s recent coverage of our Performing the Peace program.
Performing the Peace continues in Frayser, as we bring ex-offenders from Lifeline to Success and MPD officers together, training in the Playback method. Through the Frayser Success Zone, these citizen artists, and their use of Playback, will become a model, replicated in communities invested in healing police/community relations.
Join us for Lifeline’s Peace March, which will proudly fill the streets of Frayser February 28. Participants should meet at 10:00 at the Lifeline office, 1647 Dellwood Avenue, in Frayser. Make a sign that speaks your mind and add your voice.