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MK Stallings talks about JUSTICE and how to create equity for all artists.
About the speaker
MK Stallings is an educator, poet, and community arts administrator. In 1999, he began organizing events under the name Urban Artist Alliance, and in 2001, founded Urban Artist Alliance for Child Development (UrbArts) where he serves as president and chief executive officer. Like UrbArts’ mission, he is dedicated to creating platforms and platforming creatives for youth and community development. More recently, he has been a contributing writer for the West End Word. With his MA in Sociology, he is a sociology adjunct instructor at St. Louis Community College. He is a married father of two children living in North St. Louis City.
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We are talking about being able to be respected on your own terms without having to conform to someone else's ideal of what it means to be you. — MK Stallings
Our values dictate what could be justice. — MK Stallings