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Rally Call – Moving from Black and White to Living in Full Color

The performance includes live music, recorded video, sound and movement, intimate conversation and truth telling by an award-winning Jazz singer and playwright. Participants will understand what it means to leave behind black and white living and move into full color.


Monique DeBose
Monique DeBose is an award-winning Jazz singer and playwright. Her last album debuted at #2 on the Jazz Charts of iTunes while her ‘One Woman Show’ won the Producers’ Awards at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. With her African-American father and Irish-American mother, having faced racism at various junctures of life, Monique has spent her life helping to dissolve the ‘black and white’ world. She has dedicated her career to SDG 16 – to promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies. A transformational performer on stage as a jazz singer, through theatre or while training high-level leaders, she helps people feel to be seen, be heard and be loved for who they are.

Aravani Art Project — Empowering Women and Trans Women Through Art

MY World 360° 2020 Selection
Aravani Art Project is a trans-women and women artist collective that aims to revolutionize the idea of gender equality through street art. Through personal stories of trans-women who create street art, the Collective aims to break stereotypes and inspire social change.

Created by

Poornima Sukumar, Purushi, and Sairam Sagiraju with the Aravani Art Project, Bangalore, in partnership with UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) in Delhi, India

United Nations Global Call Out To Creatives

Recognizing the power of creativity in spreading critical public health information across languages, cultures and communities, the SDG Strategy Hub, based in the UN Office for Partnerships, issued a global call to arms to creatives everywhere to respond to the United Nations Global Call Out To Creatives.

Thousands of creators from around the world generously submitted their work to help communicate important and unifying messages that can combat the spread of COVID-19 and unite the world during this pandemic. The creative work is free to share and available in multiple creative formats and languages, available on the dedicated Content Hub on Talenthouse. Learn more about the Open Call here.

YouTube x Tribeca x UN Creative Partnership Virtual Celebration

Eight global creative agencies & Tribeca filmmakers in partnership with YouTube, the United Nations, and Tribeca Enterprises, supported by the SDG Strategy Hub, launched a pro bono ad campaign aimed at highlighting eight Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These eight teams from around the world were given a brief on a single Goal with the challenge of creating a compelling campaign which would resonate with local audiences using YouTube’s video ad sequencing format.

Deutsch, Los Angeles, USA – No Poverty
Grabarz & Partner, Germany – Zero Hunger
EMOTIVE, Australia – Quality Education
Dentsu, Thailand – Gender Equality
Wunderman Thompson, Brazil – Sustainable Cities and Communities
Leo Burnett, Chicago, USA – Responsible Consumption and Production
AMVBBDO, United Kingdom – Climate Action
Goodby Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, USA – Life Below Water

September 22, 11:30
11:30 — 11:45 EST (GMT-5) (15′)

Activism, Creativity & Culture, Decent Jobs, Gender Equality, Inequalities, Leave No One Behind, Planet, Youth

Aravani Art Project, COVID Response Stamps Kindness, GlobalGoals | Zero Hunger, Rally Call: Moving from Black and White to Living in Full Color


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