For the month of October we are highlighting members of the CATCH Court graduating class, a two-year diversion program for female human trafficking survivors, who worked alongside the WAV workshops team to write and record an original song together.
In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we will share their stories through intimate interviews and feature local support services for victims of violence and organizations that help create a social impact in our community.
Stay tuned because we will also feature the artist who created the captivating and colorful single artwork and end with the premier of their song "Raised My Wings".
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WAV’s mission is to
AMPLIFY TO EMPOWER
underrepresented voices through creativity,
and to create safe spaces for people to
SHARE, LEARN AND HEAL TOGETHER.
Guided by a team of creative professionals WAV leads trauma-informed conversations with small groups of 8-10 participants.
The themes and words from these conversations are then used by the WAV production team to create songs, videos, and artwork.
Then we share on streaming platforms to carry their conversations to the broader community.
of participants were in underserved and underrepresented communities.
said it helped them to get along with different kinds of people in their group.
said it helped them to feel confident about sharing their opinions or ideas with other people.
said it helped them to respond to another person's feelings in their group.