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LGBTQ+ community leaders talk labels, allyship, and social justice.
“Allyship isn’t like a video game where you are completing quests and gathering experience points until you reach the rank of master ally. Instead it is more like improving your batting average. You have multiple opportunities every day at the plate, and what determines whether you're going to hit that ball or strike out, is how much practice have you put in.” - Hazel James, executive director of Queer Theatre Kalamazoo.
Five facts about literacy from the Kalamazoo Literacy Council
“The work that I’ve been doing is to help people in the community to see this as more than just a skill that people need to acquire, but more like a right that everyone should have." - Kalamazoo Literacy Council Executive Director Michael Evans.
Kalamazoo Eastside plans neighborhood revitalization projects
Eastside residents have always had pride for their neighborhood. Now, however, the care and hard work that is giving the Eastside new life, makes that pride visible for all of Kalamazoo to see.
Local activist and artist to paint a Black Lives Matter mural for Juneteenth celebration
“I am an artist because it’s a tool for social change, not the other way around,” - Maya James
Public Media Network Proud of Local Media Artist's National Award
Public Media Network announces M.J. Harrell’s music video, Little Miss Perfect, was named the “Best Music Video” among Access Center Professionals in the 2020 Hometown Media Festival.
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Media that is controlled and shaped by you. From podcasts to television programs, this is media that reflects the community.
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Daniel MonroeMedia Maker, "Evil Dragon Theatre" & "Captain Wallace Live!"
Bringing a passion for art and media together to entertain all ages.
“I came into PMN with the idea to get my product out and give it a voice in the Kalamazoo community,” said Monroe who first started by producing projects on YouTube and Facebook nearly 15 years ago. “It’s wonderful to have a venue to express creativity.”