Often, arts and performance-based programs and organizations ask their participants to share personal stories that can be ethnographies of trauma and harm. Additionally, the process of creation is always laced with doubt and vulnerability.
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by Olivia Evans, Alliance Youth Media Fellow, Spokane Valley, WA Each season has its own flavor and feeling; Summer is long past, but I still...
Put some respect on Instagram’s name. That isn’t to say put some respect on the corporate engine it is a part of, but to realize its importance in counter-culture and visual media.
The tremendous literary achievement of our friend Toni Morrison has rightly been the focus of most of the commentary since her passing. However, her political vision — using language to combat the devastating effects of white supremacy, sexism and all dehumanizing ideologies — remains a profound and underexplored aspect of her identity and impact.
What do two indigenous leaders fleeing the Guatemalan highlands, a spate of assassinations of human rights defenders, the Migrant Protection Protocols, and a 2017 documentary film have to do with each other?
During my time with the Alliance, I have had the pleasure to dive into the realm of Youth Media, and interact with passionate leaders in the field, which is something I have always wanted to do.