BRIT NOW - Community Edition

People's Day 2020

This week's edition of BRIT Now is dedicated to celebrating student work created for BRIT Community People's Day 2020. We continue to stand with the Black Lives Matter movement, as a school and as a community. We are inspired and challenged by the bravery and creativity our student and alumni community have shown in their work and how they use their voice.

#BLACKLIVESMATTER

 

BEAUTY- Annabel Gray & Vigs (Ovigue Otite)

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We gon' be alright - Crystal Ruth Carless

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Prejudice & Injustice - Annabelle Thompson

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Black Lives Matter: How Can I Help? - Ollie Dudley

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#BeTheChange - Taylor and Kai Keenan-Felix

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Say Their Names - Nancy Stirling

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Beautiful City - Year 12 Musical Theatre Students

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Black Trans Lives Matter - Adrian Zeqja

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Why Community Arts is important right now - Scarlett Corbett

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Black Live Matter: We are coming at you with the TRUTH - Ariana Xenofontos

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Martin Luther King Jr Interview 1966 on Non-Violent Protests - Theo Khelfoune

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Racism: It's everywhere

Including BRIT School Alumni: Kayla Meikle, Eric Kofi Abrefa, Theo Ogundipe, Omar Austin, Dianna Yekinni and Ivanno Jeremiah

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BRIT Community - People's Day Art Work

 

 

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