LITTLE STONES/DRIFTSEED CREATING FOR CHANGE
Written By: Jennifer Lezan-Veguilla
Jhulan, a dance movement therapist and survivor, dances at Kolkata Sanved’s 10th Anniversary Celebration. Credit: “Little Stones”
dances in Kolkata, India. Below: Jhulan, a dance movement therapist and survivor, dances at Kolkata Sanved’s n. Credit: “Little Stones” If there is one thing that the tumultuous year of 2016 inspired, it was mass mobilization of the women’s movement. The year helped bring major attention to the issues that women in the US and worldwide continue to face in terms of equality, rights and safety. Yet, it is important to note that there have been many people and organizations that have were tirelessly working to shed light and push for change on these issues far before the Trump Protests. Two women in particular, Sophia Kruz and Meena Singh, traveled all around the world to chase and film stories of inspiring women, using their creative talents and abilities to spark change for women in their countries. The end result of this epic journey is the documentary film: Little Stones.
Published on Mar 16, 2017
The Anniversary Issue - this issue is dedicated to showcasing the diversity in the creative community. Featuring Dida Ritz of Rupaul's Drag...