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Danielle Fanfair, Robert Hodge and Marlon Hall stand in front of one of the panels that form the public art project “Amnesia Therapy: Remembering the Future.” Photo courtesy of the Awakenings Movement

A pastor seeks to revive Houston's memory with art

Christian leader Marlon Hall and members of his Awakenings Movement have created a public art project called “Amnesia Therapy,” which is designed to help people in downtrodden neighborhoods remember their past.

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If you only try something once, you’ll never get good at it.

Gloria Scott waves the keys to her new Mercury Sable after receiving the car from Wheels4Hope. Photo by Alex Maness

Nonprofit puts people back on the road of hope

Wheels4Hope repairs donated cars and places them with people who need basic transportation. Once a small outreach ministry, the nonprofit is now a $1 million-a-year organization with major corporate sponsors.

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Leadership Education at Duke Divinity teaches a way of thinking that holds the past and future in tension, not in opposition.
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