Who Votes? Part I

By Kimberly Perette If you don’t vote, don’t talk to me about the state of the union. You’ve forfeited your voice. Here are some facts. According to USA today on 10/30/20, 85 million people have already voted. There are more than 257 million people in the U.S. that are 18 or older and 240 million … Continue reading Who Votes? Part I

Fred Astaire “Slap That Bass” 1937

The World is in a mess.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raGrDhg-a-o&feature=share

Diana Vishneva: Beauty in Motion- F.L.O.W part III

Let's think of Beauty today... https://youtu.be/2h2fdZ6XpR8

An Uncensored Voice Is Always Relevant: Lysa Cooper

On the invisibility of African American women. We feel lonely sometimes. https://youtu.be/0WZlql-vGs0

A Butoh Documentary: Kamaitachi in the Snow

A beautiful release of complex emotions. Rather than fight, try this. https://youtu.be/vUi8DtBj_nI

“There’s no right or wrong way to experience Butoh. Just experience it.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlZ2Iwr1Tb8&feature=share

Butoh Dance Performance in Japan

  The strength of emotions... https://youtu.be/9ms7MGs2Nh8

The Powers of Ten

I saw this in college and will never forget it. Thanks CCAC (California College of Arts and Crafts) https://youtu.be/Ww4gYNrOkkg

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 12/10/1948

Did everybody forget about this? Thank you Eleanor Roosevelt, my girl, and my muse.

This is How I Feel About Politics

https://youtu.be/_kgRFHaNo-Y