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June 27, 2013

Don’t Kill My Chance … Life is Beauty’s Canvas

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Blazed

Bullets.
Generated Chaos.
What this could be. Herein lies detriments; past times of catastrophe.
Controversy stirs awakening ill-feelings, awakening loss, awakening further wants.
Hearts buried in grief – eyes drowned in rain – pouring hurricanes.
Survival? Still working to figure that out. An exploratory movement.
Stillness exist in memorabilia – smiles lingering in our hearts.
Kisses of bliss – imprints of what was, that is, was before the thunder.
Rummaging Hurricane …

The ideal of life is to embrace its beauty, explore its land, and find your place of happy.  It’s an artists’ canvas. Perception is displayed in works of art provoking dialogue. Young lives becoming grown ones, tapping into their destiny’s. Only, in this day, so few are granted their opportunity of chance and prosperity. We’re facing too many emotional hurricanes. There’s too much premature loss.  We are fighting to save the youth. We are fighting for their chance and endurance of life.

LIFE is beauty’s canvas.  Children and youth bring that energized synergy.

Let them Live. Don’t Destroy Beauty. Don’t Destroy Life.

Hear No Evil. See No Evil. Raise Peace and Opportunity.
 

 

 

ABOUT DKMC:

Created by A.J. Linton and Powered by Ashley ‘Snow’ Harris and LaToya ‘Toi Talese’ Cross, the Don’t Kill My Chance Campaign visually emphasizes the pains of the city as it relates to senseless violence and the loss of youth. Our hope with this movement is to direct and focus the social lens on the endurance of life and allowing children an equal opportunity and chance to grow up and live the life of their dreams and desires.

Join us in our movement to raise peace and opportunity. Hear No Evil. See No Evil.

Thank You:

Karl Ray Photography

Quincy Shields, MindTik Studios

107.5 WGCI

Anthony Reese, Videographer

Gerald Washington, Harris Park – Chicago Park District

Patrick Saingbey-Woodtor, Africa International House

Hair & MUA Personnel

Don’t Kill My Chance participants and supporters!



About the Author

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LaToya Cross
LaToya Cross is a graduate of Specs Howard School of Broadcast & Media Arts in Southfield, MI and earned her Bachelor's Degree in Magazine Journalism from Columbia College Chicago. She has been published in N'DIGO Magapaper, ndigo.com, Vocalo.org, Heed Magazine, AndWePresent.com, JET Magazine and JETMag.com. Her work as a writer and visionary engages arts & culture, education and philanthropy. In addition to being a journalism/communications professional, she works with and mentors youth as an After-School instructor with Orion's Mind and volunteers with Open Books Literacy Program.