Girls Share Their Voices on the Changing Seattle, Title 9, and Identity.

Spring was an active time in our Grrl community.  We worked with Grrls from Powerful Voices, Y-WE, and middle school students from Aki Kurose and Asa Mercer thanks to Seattle Schools and Seattle Parks Community Learning Sites program.  Our amazing team of instructors worked to plant the seeds of digital story telling, and the young media makers went to work on getting their voices heard.

We would not have been able to do this with out our community partners and funders like: Seattle Office of Arts and Culture’s Youth Arts Grant, 4Culture’s Sustained Support, the Satterberg Foundation, Garneau Nicon Family Foundation, and SXSW Community Grant.

 

Check out the videos below!

Devon de Lena and Stephany Hazelrigg worked with young women from Powerful Voice’s  to create a trailer about Girlvolution!  Amber Cortes worked with youth from Y-WE to talk about Gentrification, Cultural Oppression, and  Title 9.

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