"Many people don't think water is alive or has a spirit, my people believe this to be true. Our water deserves to be treated as human with human rights. We need to acknowledge our waters with personhood so we can protect our waters," Autumn Peltier, international activist, told the diplomats of the United Nations in her 2018 speech. Peltier has been fighting for water protection since the age of 8, and has been deemed  “The Water Warrior,” by the public.

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Out in the street, they call her Koffee, and she’s the evolution of contemporary reggae music. The self-described sing-jay-guitarist (singer, deejay, and guitarist) can be described as old school roots reggae meets the new generation, mixing elements of rap and dancehall to create her own unique sound and socially aware message.

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British actor and Oscar nominee Daniel Kaluuya is a part of the culture. That’s culture with a capital C. In the past three years, the now thirty-year-old thespian’s career has gone from the slow burn it was back home in the UK, to a steady boil in Hollywood. From his breakout role as "Chris Washington" in Jordan Peele’s horror-comedy film Get Out (2017) to his role as "W’kabi" in Ryan Coogler’s Marvel movie Black Panther (2018), Kaluuya has landed two groundbreaking movies that are cinematic gold. 

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When was the last time you saw graffiti? Maybe you noticed a tag written in neon spray paint on an overpass or a sketch scrawled on the wall outside of the train station. Starting on December 5th, 2019—when the Museum of Graffiti opens its doors in Miami, Florida, you will have the chance to check your coat, purchase a ticket, and view street art from a different perspective. 

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