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Expressive Artist Stereotypes Redefined

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Jamani

Closter, NJ
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My good deed is upholding the image of the black man in America. Everyday African American men and women are depicted as animalistic or less than other races, incapable of helping ourselves, often complaining rarely taking action. My good deed is being the best version of myself I can be, to show my brothers and sisters that WE are capable of so much more than we’re credited for. To show my brothers and sisters that all we’ll ever needed is a chance.

Kathy

Auburn, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I am extremely fortunate to have the privilege to empower girls and young women to be STRONG, SMART, & BOLD. Using the expressive arts as a platform to have their voices heard (music, theatre, dance, poetry, storytelling, visual arts, graphic arts) girls can address the difficult challenges they face growing up in today's society: including bullying, body image, self-esteem, peer pressure and healthy relationships.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating because I feel it is important to bring an awareness that labels and stereotyping can be limiting and in some cases, damaging.

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