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MIS LIBERATION

 

follow Chicago native and artist Aramis Hamer as she paints a 130+ foot long mural in Seattle's Lower Queen Anne neighborhood.  watch her paint the stars and learn about her journey to art and finding freedom via brush and spray can.

 

Click here to watch full story
 

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MIS LIBERATION

 

follow Chicago native and artist Aramis Hamer as she paints a 130+ foot long mural in Seattle's Lower Queen Anne neighborhood.  watch her paint the stars and learn about her journey to art and finding freedom via brush and spray can.

 

Click here to watch full story
 

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AMORA

 

Meet Dominic, a 30-year old man who competes as popular drag performer, “Amora Dior Black”.

 

In May of 2016, UNCODE sat down with Dominic to learn his pre-performance rituals, discover his initial inspiration for performing, his Triumphs and struggles as a gay, black man of Southern Baptist faith, and his commitment to the local LGBTQ community. 

 

click here to watch full story

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AMORA

 

Meet Dominic, a 30-year old man who competes as popular drag performer, “Amora Dior Black”.

 

In May of 2016, UNCODE sat down with Dominic to learn his pre-performance rituals, discover his initial inspiration for performing, his Triumphs and struggles as a gay, black man of Southern Baptist faith, and his commitment to the local LGBTQ community. 

 

click here to watch full story

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FEED THE PEOPLE

 

Since 2011, Tarik Abdullah has hosted pop-up brunches for Seattle's South End community.

 

The celebrity chef / tv host / community activist tells UNCODE how the popular bi-weekly dining event began and the importance of maintaining a comfortable setting for people of color in an area often described as one of "The Whitest Cities in America".

 

click here to watch the full story

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FEED THE PEOPLE

 

Since 2011, Tarik Abdullah has hosted pop-up brunches for Seattle's South End community.

 

The celebrity chef / tv host / community activist tells UNCODE how the popular bi-weekly dining event began and the importance of maintaining a comfortable setting for people of color in an area often described as one of "The Whitest Cities in America".

 

click here to watch the full story

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