Amplifying voices of color and advancing interracial conversations about race through the arts

The Opening Doors Project was founded in 2021 to promote meaningful interracial conversations about race through the arts. By bringing new cultural experiences to audiences nationwide, Opening Doors strives to promote and inspire the work of antiracism. Our programs are rooted in the conviction that honest dialogue can touch people’s minds, and great music can touch people’s hearts.


Stacey Babb, Opening Doors Co-Founder and Executive Producer

Stacey is a Boston-based producer whose credits include children’s television for PBS/GBH, television series for Discovery Channel and NESN, filming a documentary on location in the White House, and line producing an independent feature film starring Kris Kristofferson. She also managed John Hancock’s in-house advertising agency’s Interactive and Video production teams, producing over 1,000 creative projects annually for business units and corporate sponsorships, including the Boston Marathon. She earned a BFA in Drama from Carnegie Mellon University with concentrations in Lighting and Sound Design, and minors in Business Administration and Film and Photography. She also holds an MA in Integrated Marketing Communication from Emerson College, where she taught as an adjunct professor.

Alastair Moock, Opening Doors Co-Founder and Artistic Director

Alastair Moock Alastair is an award-winning singer-songwriter who has toured throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia. He is also a Grammy nominated family musician and three-time Parents’ Choice Gold Medal winner. In 2020, he co-founded Family Music Forward, a racial justice collective working in the family music space. That same year, he declined a second Grammy nomination – along with two other nominated acts – due to historical under-representation in the field. He is a charter member of The Folk Collective equity group at historic Club Passim in Harvard Square, a Juried Artist with Music to Life, and a co-founder of the Melrose Racial Justice Community Coalition in his hometown outside of Boston. As a music educator, Moock brings programs about the history of social change to schools and venues around the country.

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