How can arts respond the impacts of a hurricane? Kevin Lee-y Green began to offer workshops to coastal communities facing displacement and trauma as part of his response as an artist. The project was produced by a community journalist as part of the Working Narratives’ Resiliency Media Fellowship in Wilmington, North Carolina. To host a screening of this and other films in the series contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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