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PeopleOfTheYear

27MillionVoicesToday
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People Of The Year

http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/20/middleeast/raqqa-kurdish-female-fighters/index.html

Who I would have loved to seen on the cover of Time and named People Of The Year..the Women who have been fighting or lost their lives fighting Isis. The Survivor leader abolitionists across the globe that are actually doing real work in the movement, and non celebrity silence breakers...and we'll leave it at that. There's a major reason I do not hold favorable support toward the hollywood system or media as a whole but that's the media for you what they value and don't is 100% jacked up hence why I don't talk to media if asked etc because I don't like their agenda/BS in general. I've collaborated with 1 media outlet before but that's about it and it was on my terms my way. To meu and millions across the globe these kind of Women are the People and Women of the year. 


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3 comments

  • Kelly Hudson
    8d ago

    I would have liked to see them on the cover too @27MillionVoicesToday

    I would have liked to see them on the cover too @27MillionVoicesToday

  • Kelly Hudson
    8d ago

    I was happy to see though that Time put metoo on the cover though. it was such a strong bold statement and it does cover what has swept culture this year. it's incredible when i think about how harvey weinstein's fall has caused a wave for those victims to come forward. i believe hollywood and other industries are forever changed

    I was happy to see though that Time put metoo on the cover though. it was such a strong bold statement and it does cover what has swept culture this year. it's incredible when i think about how harvey weinstein's fall has caused a wave for those victims to come forward. i believe hollywood and other industries are forever changed

    • 27MillionVoicesToday
      27MillionVoicesToday Multi Tasker
      8d ago

      Hello @KellyHudson thank you for the feedback. I was glad the MeToo movement was featured especially as a survivor I was thankful for that however I don't like how the media doesn't seem to want to make issues relevant unless a celebrity especially overexposed ones are involved. I appreciate  Tarana Burke that started the Me Too movement 10 years ago. There's more out there than celebrity culture there's a great many non celebrities that are putting in the actual work to make a better place. I am not a celebrity culture fan, celebrity culture and media especially now is full of often self serving agendas. That's just how that world is very self absorbed. I work with and blessed to call them friends Children and Women that have been sex trafficked in the past, many of them are reestablished and out doing well, changing the world really. We've gotten in these conversations on how when a celebrity is brought into the equation particularly a non profit or movement situation it often seems to take the importance off the non famous survivors and more on the celebrity, then the movement becomes about more of a re-branding marketing tool for celebrities and the "in" thing for people in general to jump on board about rather than the reality of "Hey this is about human life not the in thing to be apart of." A lot of that has to do with the spin the media often places on a movement involving a celebrity. I just don't want it to become the "In" thing to do or be involved in because a celebrity was/is involved. Hollywood I don't think will ever be the same either, I really hope not anyway that it doesn't go back to it's original state if or when this movement ends.   

      Hello @KellyHudson thank you for the feedback. I was glad the MeToo movement was featured especially as a survivor I was thankful for that however I don't like how the media doesn't seem to want to make issues relevant unless a celebrity especially overexposed ones are involved. I appreciate  Tarana Burke that started the Me Too movement 10 years ago. There's more out there than celebrity culture there's a great many non celebrities that are putting in the actual work to make a better place. I am not a celebrity culture fan, celebrity culture and media especially now is full of often self serving agendas. That's just how that world is very self absorbed. I work with and blessed to call them friends Children and Women that have been sex trafficked in the past, many of them are reestablished and out doing well, changing the world really. We've gotten in these conversations on how when a celebrity is brought into the equation particularly a non profit or movement situation it often seems to take the importance off the non famous survivors and more on the celebrity, then the movement becomes about more of a re-branding marketing tool for celebrities and the "in" thing for people in general to jump on board about rather than the reality of "Hey this is about human life not the in thing to be apart of." A lot of that has to do with the spin the media often places on a movement involving a celebrity. I just don't want it to become the "In" thing to do or be involved in because a celebrity was/is involved. Hollywood I don't think will ever be the same either, I really hope not anyway that it doesn't go back to it's original state if or when this movement ends.   


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