On October 6, 2016, Lifted Voices, Kuumba Lynx and local artists Tasha Viets-VanLear and FM Supreme came together with community members to lift up Bresha Meadows’ name as part of the National days of action to #FreeBresha. Special thanks to local artists Vicko Alvarez Vega and Naimah Thomas for so powerfully expressing Bresha’s story through their images, and to Deana Lewis for lending her words.This short video recapping the event was filmed and edited by Tom Callahan. You can find photos of the event by Sarah Jane Rhee here.
2 thoughts on “#FreeBresha: A Night of Abolitionist Art and Action”
I am Bresha! #IAmBreshaMeadows let us all come togethet and hold this childs heart up and fight for her freedom. I came so close to being here with my abusive step father.Let us #FreeBreshaMeadows #NOW
That was a sweet and that lil younger no matter of race we all see demestic volience that lil girl is a hero for what she done she needs to be freed and charges dropped cause stop it from continuing with her family but stopped that man from brutally hurting another family but free her and charges be drop cause she a hero not a criminal let me know how we can help y’all support anything are whatever from here in alabama