Safe Spaces Online: KPI Teen Revolt

Join us, Piranha and Melora, for our biweekly LIVE as we discuss issues important to our lives right now as teens.

May 15: Cancel Culture and Taking Accountability: Teen Vogue, who actually gets  affected, who does not. Policing vs cancelling. Its history and how it’s used today. Interpersonal relationships vs internet famous/celebrities. Reflecting and apologizing. What happens when you don’t get through.

 

May 29: Life after High School (and Covid): What’s Next? Last live of the school year, summer plans, college plans.

 

 

Check us out Live streaming on KPI’s YouTube via Zoom (sign up for the link, below). Videos available afterwards on YouTube and Instagram @kpiteentakeover and @korepress.

KPI Teen Revolt is creating safe spaces during COVID-19 for LGBTQ+ teens, youth of color, and allies every other Saturday, 12noon to 1pm MT (2pm ET) with Piranha and Melora in their YouTube Live series where they discuss timely issues and their thoughts about feminisms, art and activism, music, drag, and staying sane during these extreme times!

Join the discussion, or sit back and listen.

Sign up here to join the teens LIVE in a secure Zoom room. Tina will email you the access link in advance.

You can reach the teens here: teentakeover@korepress.org

Piranha is an exploration of gender, trauma, and the imagination. They explore their mind’s obsessions and allow them to seep through their skin. Piranha is a trans person and activist whose artwork reflects this. They hope to create a platform for inquiry and visibility. You can see more of their work on their Instagram @piranha_queen. 

 

Melora Hutcheson (she/her/hers) attends Tucson High School, where she will be a senior this Fall. Born in Florida, Melora has done quite a bit of moving around…before coming to Arizona, she has lived in Pennsylvania, Kentucky and North Carolina. She loves fashion, activism, travel and music. She’s had the opportunity to visit many places– China, Mexico, France, Spain and the UK. Melora is involved with Tucson Village Farm programs and in 2018 she performed her first vocal concert at The UofA Poetry Center. Melora helped organize the youth-lead March for Our Lives demonstration in Tucson. She is passionate about environmental issues, human rights, and social justice. She also enjoys just being a kid and spending time with friends, Netflix binging, and reading comics.