Women That Inspire Us
Happy International Women's Day! This year we reached out to our team and readers and asked them which women inspire them. Some wrote about people in their every day lives, while others wrote about artists, actresses and activists. We've also compiled a playlist full of empowering songs by our favorite female artists.
“I’m majoring in music therapy”, a choir peer enthusiastically said while putting her hand down after being asked what plans we had for college. Music therapist - a profession that many in choir had heard of, but had no idea of what it really was, nevertheless the significance and incredible impact it has on people. Music therapy is the astonishing idea and ability to heal people both physically and psychologically with the power of music. Music therapy is used just like any other type of therapy. For example, a psychologist uses talking as a tool of communication to make others feel better and to find a way to help them. Music therapy does the same, but instead of using conversation, music therapists use rhythms, melodies, dynamics, and more to help the wellbeing of a person.
A real life Black Mirror episode in today’s concert culture.
Written and Photographed by: Mica Kendall
Statistically it is said that in a person's final 7 minutes while the brain is still actively functioning a person can experience chronological life flashbacks relating to all of their pivotal memories before death consumes the brain whole. Too bad when we die only the memories in our head will be accessible to play back, not the memories located within our phone.
'Generation: Girls' was an exhibition centered on diversity and inclusivity, consisting of works of 18 young female artists from Dallas. This was Alt Philanthropy's very first art show, in benefit to The Malala Fund. December 17th 2017 Filmed and edited by Atheena Frizzell, Ramisha Sattar, and Grace Troutman.
A Collection of our Favorite Songs from The 90's.
Listen to the full playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/user/altphilanthropy/playlist/7fXHHop8Drcr460GyHEuHJ
Filmed and edited by Ramisha Sattar.
-Blood Orange at The Meadows.
-The Whitney Museum.
-Alex Gardner exhibit at The Hole.