Philadelphia, pennsylvania

League Fellow: Dave Ramsey, Miguel Huerta

Dave Ramsey

Dave is a Temple University Graduate with a BA in Jazz Trumpet. He freestyle raps about politics and has been in Philadelphia, since 1999. He has worked with several politically minded community artist groups while living in South Philly and is inspired to bring artists together to spark conversations with strangers and friends.





Miguel Huerta

Miguel Huerta wandered east to Philadelphia from Denver, Colorado where he was born and raised. This Chicano social worker, spoken word artist, and community organizer is currently working on several projects synthesizing art and social action. Miguel is currently a Post-Secondary Coordinator at YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School where he has the pleasure of working with a passionate team to innovate on career pathways and advancement for the resilient alumni of YouthBuild.

Miguel attained a Masters of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania with a focus on nonprofit management and community organizing. He is the co-founder of the artist and activist collective, Get Lucid!, founding board member of the youth leadership program, Move Mountains Project in San Luis, Colorado, and Communications Manager for the Philadelphia Chapter of the Creative Interventionists. This poet aspires to catalyze self­-empowerment and community action through art and an understanding of human heritage.


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PAST Projects

Community Exchange

The Philadelphia chapter created ‪#‎TheCommunityExchange‬, a resource marketplace, where they invited participants to share a need and a resource, in hopes of matching the two together to strengthen community communication and drive the completion of physical projects.

Slow Lane

The Philadelphia chapter added a “slow lane” to a stretch of sidewalk in Center City. The Slow lane came complete with hopscotch, dance station, streamers, and signs encouraging people to stop and smell the roses and take photos of the beautiful sunset. All with three rolls of duct tape, five posterboards, sharpies, scissors, and the desire to create the Philadelphia we want to see.


Time Capsule

The Philly chapter created a community time capsule filled with specimens, objects, and stories. 

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