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“Poetry is very therapeutic because I am releasing something that was weighing on me- I'm liberating myself from that,” says Tara Levy

podcast March 18, 2024


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Episode 80:

Guest Name: Tara Levy

Guest Business: Liberated Arts Movement

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In this episode of Black Businesses Matter, I speak with Tara Levy, founder of the Liberated Arts Movement. Tara details her upbringing highlighting her early love for art she recounts the moments in her childhood when she spent hours drawing and journaling. As an adolescent, she worked at the Goodman Theater where she nurtured her passion for creative writing. After graduating  Tara transitioned into the education system she was able to teach in various capacities which helped to inspire the Liberated Arts Movement. She outlines the movement's focus, emphasizing its dedication to nurturing, educating, and developing youth and underserved communities.

Tara elaborates on the impactful initiatives of the Liberated Arts Movement, shedding light on her latest venture, Liberated Writers, a combination of her passions. She also highlights key partnerships with organizations such as thee NAACP, Urban League and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, underscoring their pivotal roles in advancing the movement's mission.

Tara highlights the Harvest—an inspiring exhibition showcasing the talents of BIPOC visual and performing artists—initiated with great success in 2022. Tara's narrative not only captures the essence of her journey but also celebrates the collective efforts driving the Liberated Arts Movement forward.


If you want to learn more about the importance of art and liberation in BIPOC and underserved communities this is the episode for you! 

IN THIS EPISODE, I TALK ABOUT…

  1. What was Tara like as a child?
  2. How is the Liberated Arts Movement structured? 
  3. The impact of the Liberated Arts movement? 
  4. Liberated Writers-a new initiative 
  5. What is the inspiration behind the name “liberated”
  6. What brings Tara joy?
  7. Why do black businesses matter?

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To connect with Liberated Arts Movement

Visit the website:https://www.liberatedarts.org/

Follow them on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/liberatedartsmovement/

Connect with them on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/liberatedartsmovement

Read ‘All is Well’: https://a.co/d/isDALT1

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