You can donate to The Keepers of Love
by sending a check made out to our fiscal sponsor, “The Center for the Arts, Religion, and Education” (C.A.R.E.) with “The Keepers of Love” on the memo line. The address is:
The life-changing, life-affirming work of The Keepers of Love in truth-telling, reconciliation and community-growing is an outgrowth of China's writing. All of her books are grounded in real-world needs that she has experienced, in places as seemingly far apart as Nepal, India, and East Texas. Her work, of course, reveals how close and how deeply connected we all actually are. Currently KOL is working to support legislation in the Texas Legislature that will help protect the rights of descendant communities to have unrestricted access to ancestral cemeteries. Given the fact that the vast majority of these burial grounds belong to African-American communities, it's clear that this issue is a microcosmic reflection of one of the oldest and most challenging of the problems in this country's history, in its present situation and must be healed if there is to be a future U.S. Democracy.
KOL is also supporting the
production of a major video documentary on the struggle for Love
Cemetery and the many layers of untold stories that surround it.
You can donate online specifically to support this project.
Click here and you will arrive at our dedicated page
at the Fractured Atlas website where you can donate instantly.
For more about the work of The Keepers of Love, click here.
You will receive a letter of acknowledgment from CARE for tax purposes however you choose to give. All gifts are tax-deductible within the full extent of the law. The Center for the Arts, Religion, and Education (CARE), is a 501 c 3 non-profit organization within the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, the largest mainstream multi-denominational theological school in the country. The Keepers of Love is made up of colleagues, collaborators, friends, family, and members of our Advisory Board.