Shooting Without Bullets

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Shooting Without Bullets, created by Amanda King, is a relatively new program here in Cleveland framing issues of social injustice through artwork and photography. Launched last June, the project aims to give youth in the community a voice -- and a place to process complex social issues. We learn more about the artists and the importance of giving young people a platform to communicate with the creators of the program.

 

Guests: 

Amanda King, Creative Director, Shooting Without Bullets

Shemariah Arki, Outreach Coordinator, Shooting Without Bullets

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