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Meet Lavender

Posted on Sep 5, 2011 in GM Street Team, What's Good Media

14 year old girl living and studying at an orphan’s center in Nairobi, Kenya… a genius… an angel… a warrior… a woman “We youths have something to tell the community, but nobody listens to us. There is nobody to give attention that we need to be given. We want to speak out about what we […]

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Radioactive Control

Posted on Sep 4, 2011 in GM Street Team, What's Good Media

FRESH LIVE ART INSTALLATION FROM LUZINTERRUPTUS SHOWN AT THE DOCKVILLE FESTIVAL IN HAMBURG “This is our last intervention “Radioactive Control”. It was created for the Dockville Festival in Hamburg which tried to demonstrate, in a humorous tone, the paranoia that we are suffering from since the escape of radioactive material in Japan, has brought into […]

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kids

Posted on Sep 4, 2011 in GM Street Team, What's Good Media

kids

will be

kids

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fifth week in africa: ‘disgRACE’

Posted on Sep 3, 2011 in GM Street Team, What's Good Media

WHY JUST ASK THE DONKEY IN ME TO SPEAK TO THE DONKEY IN YOU, WHEN I HAVE SO MANY OTHER BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS AND BRILLIANT COLORED BIRDS INSIDE THAT ARE ALL LONGING TO SAY SOMETHING WONDERFUL AND EXCITING TO YOUR HEART? -hafiz MY FIFTH WEEK IN AFRICA… I finally understand the first hand feeling of Racism. […]

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Dear America

Posted on Aug 23, 2011 in GM Street Team, What's Good Media

Dear America,   I’m sorry. I’m sorry I blamed you for my restlessness, for my seemingly endless dissatisfaction. I’m sorry I called you a liar. Maybe it was actually your blood thirsty cousin, Capitalism, who made me feel I was never good enough. Or your bitchy older sister, Consumerism, who made me feel embarrassed to […]

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FIFTH DAY IN AFRICA

Posted on Aug 15, 2011 in GM Street Team, What's Good Media

I get my hair braided out by three women in a closet sized salon in Buru Buru. They laugh hysterically at my Muzungu hair. They braid for hours, four hours, five hours. It is a talent, they say. They are proud people. We dance with the children. They write their own songs. They ask always […]

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