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BRIT NOW Term 2 Edition

So, you want to change the world?

Welcome to our latest BRIT Now. In this edition BRIT School students and Alumni share their work on Social change - how they want to change the world.

We hope you will be inspired and challenged to ask yourself; "do I want to change the world?"

 

Reset 'Normal' - Braulio Pilartes-Chimbembe (Year 12)

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We are changing the world - Jake Evans (Year 11) 


A poem for the ones stuck at home - by BRIT Alum Fleassy Malay

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Breaking Stereotypes - Edie Wilson & Scarlett Corbett (Year 12)

Warning! This video contains strong language from the start and throughout.

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Resilience - Original spoken word poem by Verity Firth (Year 10)

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Acceptance - Original song by Mihali Demetriou (Year 12)

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Routine - Fred Gower (Year 13)

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Still Burning - Willa Russell (Year 10)

"I wrote this song called ‘Still Burning’ about how through lockdown and all our struggles this year social change is still happening with #BlackLivesMatter and Save The Arts"

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She's tired, but she's BRAVE - Spoken word film for the NHS by Grace Dalgarno (Year 11)

"Here is a spoken-word piece I have created to spread awareness around the vulnerability of the NHS especially in these uncertain times."

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Expectations of an 'attractive' woman - Anabel Hassan (Year 10)

"This is one of my first few tries drawing on photoshop. I wanted to raise awareness on sexism in today's society and how young teenage girls like me always need to live up to society's expectations of an 'attractive' women."


Masculinity - Crystal Ruth Carless (Year 13)

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"Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to CHANGE THE WORLD."  

Harriet Tubman (abolitionist and political activist read more)


We are changing the world - Jake Evans (Year 11) 


The Kindness of Londoner - Oliver Thomas (Year 11)

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Equilibrium - Spoken Word Piece by Eloise Osenton (Year 13)

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A Brave and Startling Truth

Year 12 Community Arts Practice students share a short movement and voice exploration piece, fuelled by Maya Angelou's extraordinary poem of the same title. 'When we come to it', humanity can end the suffering it creates. We just need to be 'the true wonder of this world'.

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