The Mosaic Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, works towards a peaceful future by reaching children in their formative years.
The Mosaic Project uses songs, games, and imagination to teach kids to be more comfortable with cultural, racial, and identity differences. Kids from low-income, affluent, and mixed-income schools in California's Bay Area form new friendships at the outdoor sessions near Napa.
We unite young children of diverse backgrounds, provide them with essential skills to thrive in an increasingly diverse society, and empower them to strive for peace.
We create a microcosm of the diverse, inclusive, just world we want to see and show our young students that peace is possible.
We seed the future population of middle schools, high schools, and all the venues of adult life with thousands of individuals who have seen a new possibility of what the world can be. Not only are our students inspired to work towards peace, they have been given concrete skills to do so and are empowered to take action.
A little-known album by pop star Brett Dennen is still changing lives at The Mosaic Project, teaching kids to stand up to intolerance. Musician Brett Dennen sings about empathy, not entropy, for the Mosaic Project, a nonprofit outdoor education program focused on building positive relationships based on respect.