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April 2, 2019 @ 9:14 pm

Changing the Narrative Episode 5- Art is Everywhere

How does art influence us as individuals and as communities? How do we process our world into artistic expression that makes us think, brings us joy, and connects us? In the Story Corps booth at the Annenberg Space for Photography, musician/ film maker Kevin Miles and voice over artist Betsy Foldes Meiman  discuss  the social justice power of photography, a high school football hero Tashad Rutherford (Truth) slams his poem "Outsource," Alynnah Walker and Avery Carter give  cultural wisdom and connection through K-Pop. Stick around after the Connectopod "End Yell" to hear these two soft spoken 11 year olds break out amazing covers (in KOREAN people!) of La Ta Ta and As If It's Your Last, produced by Young Ambition (the perceptive Kevin Miles!). 


Visit the Changing the Narrative page on our site for more content and read more about this story on our blog.



Edited/engineered by Joe Foldes . This is Joe's first fling as a Connectopod editor. He is a musician and freelance web designer/coder based in Brooklyn, NY. 

Created in a 5 week collaboration between Connectopod and The Social Justice Learning Institute, developed and taught by by Andrea Lopez, Daniel P. Castillo, and Betsy Foldes Meiman

Original concept for Changing the Narrative by Daniel P. Castillo.

Changing the Narrative is supported in part by a generous grant from the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at 

Thank you! 

 Changing the Narrative is Produced by Betsy Foldes Meiman

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