A Documentary on Local Street Artists
This short documentary highlights scenic beauty of Spokane, the Lilac City, its cultural diversity, unity in the community, friendliness, and quality of life that brings people together and serves as an economic stimulus. Spokane native and community activist, Jerome Green, and his Magic Bus Spokane Team welcomed me and shares my goal to end Veteran suicide.
Make Music Day Winter 2018 was one of the best unifying events in Spokane which blends together local artists, musicians, and aspiring youth to engage with an international musical show. Participants felt a therapeutic musical vibe to join in and share their talents. Spokane Police Officer Harvey delighted the community with his drumming skills and made an indelible impression that helps to make Spokane #supercozy.
Local artists, performers, nonprofits, media, and businesses were invited to participate in this festival. Our specific focus remains on mobilizing youth, particularly those who are at risk youth. This documentary showcases our street talents, and helps to boost their confidence and self-esteem. This gives them the hope, which as President Barack Obama identified, is a necessary ingredient for change.
Thanks to everyone who made Make Music Day Winter 2018 a special event. Thanks Magic Bus Spokane for welcoming Heidi Duty to this special event.
#unityinthecommunity #TeamUSA #VetSafe #supercozy