The Voice 2018 …. “🎼🎼🎼 Brynn Cartelli …. ‘Walk My Way’ …. 🎼🎼🎼 …. “!!


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~~June 3, 2018~~ 

WALK MY WAY

Brynn Cartelli

I’ve been following The Voice for a while.

One of the most impressive performers is Brynn Cartelli who turned 15 while competing in the show.

Walk My Way” is a catchy tune written for her.

Brynn demonstrated her unique talent and her genuineness all the way.

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By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski

5/23/2018

The Voice has crowned Brynn Cartelli its fourteenth-season champion
Brynn, a 15-year-old from Longmeadow, MA, competed on Kelly Clarkson’s team all season long and was declared champion of Season 14 of The Voice during Tuesday night’s live finale broadcast on NBC.

Not only was Brynn the youngest person in the competition this season, but she also made history by becoming the youngest The Voice finalist ever. (Brynn was only 14-years-old at the time of her Blind Audition).

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Brynn had several solid performances over this week’s two-night finale event, but the poised artist’s catchy original song “Walk My Way” – written by Julia Michaels – probably pushed her over the edge when it came to home viewer voting.

“I am so lucky … I am literally just a cheerleader. Coaching this girl is a joke,” Kelly told Brynn during Monday night’s Top 4 performance show.

“Everything you have seen this girl do was her idea … It’s insane and I’m just so proud of you, not only because you’re the youngest ever to make it this far but because of the fact you are doing what you love and you do it so well and so effortlessly. It’s so captivating and inspiring to watch.”

Kelly will have some bragging rights on the show going forward, as she won her very first season serving as a coach on The Voice.

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`”Walk My Way”~

The Voice 2018 Brynn Cartelli – Finale

~~Published on May 21, 2018~~

Brynn Cartelli sings the original song “Walk My Way” during the first night of the live finale.

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THIS GIRL …. “🙏🏽🇨🇺 Emma González …. ‘MORE THAN ENOUGH’ …. We are so Proud 🇨🇺🙏🏽 …. “!!

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~~April 1, 2018~~

EMMA GONZALEZ

I was scrolling  through my Facebook feed today and found this.

I’m so happy I did.

I only wish I’d written it.

These perfect words come from a Facebook user from Texas.

All credit goes to her.

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THIS GIRL

She’s learning what most women already know.

She’s learning the tactics some people (men and women) will take in order to rationalize disregarding your message.

They’ll criticize your hair – because valuable women should have beautiful hair. They’ll talk about your sexuality – because anytime they don’t like your message, your sexuality is fair game. They’ll talk about your clothes – because valuable women dress a certain way.

And anything bad that happens to women is the result of the clothing they choose. They’ll criticize you because you don’t wear makeup because women, valuable worthy women, wear lipstick.

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They’ll deride your tears – because women are so emotional. Never mind the fact that, had the strongest among them gone through what you have, they would cry too. They’ll talk about the patch on your jacket – as if it’s relevant – because they can’t comprehend that a flag belongs, not to a country, but to the people.

They’ll talk about how you should’ve been nicer to the unpopular kid – because, as always, it’s your responsibility to prevent violence against you. Men aren’t expected to behave but women are expected to soothe them and not provoke them. You must behave a certain way and, if you don’t, you deserve to suffer violence or even death.

When you ask for, demand, safety and protection, they’ll tell you that you don’t deserve it.

(They’ll tell you that the real threat to you is texting and driving and that you should just give up your cell phone. As if you wouldn’t gladly give up that and more to change what happened to you and your friends. The real threat is shoot-em-up video games. The real threat is violent movies and television shows like The Walking Dead. Seriously??)

They’ll criticize you if you show strength and they’ll criticize you if you show weakness. If you’re proud, they’ll say you’re arrogant. If you’re vulnerable, they’ll mock you. They’ll show contempt for your intelligence, the fact that you’re well spoken. When you stand up and speak as a woman, they’ll call you a child. When you cry, they’ll tell you to grow up.

Nothing you do or say or become will ever be enough for them. But that’s alright. Keep speaking up and out.

Keep standing true to yourself – wear what you like, love who you love.

Shout, cry, laugh.

Because you, baby girl, are already MORE THAN ENOUGH.

And there are millions of us, who are so proud of you.

Julie McCormick Odneal

Facebook User

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Ben Platt and Lin-Manuel Miranda …. “🎼🎼 Combined Forces For A ‘March For Our Lives’ Anthem 🎼🎼 …. “!!


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~~March 26, 2018~~

FOUND TONIGHT

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FOR THE KIDS

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I’m an ardent fan.

Lin-Manuel Miranda is an amazing talent.

His Puerto Rican roots make it even more significant for me.

He has shown immense interest in social causes.

Benjamin Schiff Platt (born September 24, 1993) is an American actor and singer known for originating the role of the title character in the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen, a performance for which he has won numerous awards.

Here you have two amazing talents joined for a common cause for the future of the children of this nation.

HortyRex©

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A song dedicated to the ‘March for our Lives’ movement.

This is for students and young leaders everywhere.

#EnoughIsEnough #NeverAgain

#Theatre #Hamilton #Broadway #Theatreis

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March 19, 2018 by Jenny Singer

The heart-stopping anthem released on Monday,  March 19, by Lin Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt to celebrate the “March For Our Lives” gun violence prevention actions this weekend needs no introduction, only some background.

The three-minute song, “Found Tonight,” mashes up Miranda’s “Story Of Tonight” from his smash musical “Hamilton” and the song “You Will Be Found,” from Platt’s star turn in “Dear Evan Hansen,” by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.

This means the song draws from one story about teenage revolutionaries, and another about teens triumphing over despair.

The song begins with a rewritten line from “Hamilton” – instead of “we may not live to sing our glory,”

Platt sings, “we may not yet have reached our glory.”

All the proceeds from downloads of the song go to “March For Our Lives,” a gun violence prevention demonstration that will take place on March 24 in Washington DC.

Platt’s extraordinary gift for vulnerability and vocal sublimity are on display here, as is Miranda’s once-in-a-generation passion.

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https://forward.com/schmooze/396880/ben-platt-and-lin-manuel-miranda-combined-forces-for-a-march-for-our-lives/

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~~”Found Tonight”~~

Official Video

~~Published on Mar 19, 2018~~

A portion of the proceeds from this record will be going to the March For Our Lives Initiative.

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Atlantic Records

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt perform ‘Found Tonight’ at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C.

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Emma González …. “🙏🏽 March for Our Lives …. Eloquent, Stirring Speech …. What a Strong Message! 🙏🏽 …. “!!


~~March 25, 2018~~ 

… ‘and the children shall lead’ … 

WOULD NEVER

Ever since Valentine’s Day 2018, the day the Parkland, Florida mass shooting happened, this phrase has become ingrained in my mind.

These teenagers are taking over this sad American reality.

Like Emma, there are plenty others. There are those we know already by name who have been thrust into adulthood too soon. They have taken their role as serious as the reality is.

They are claiming their future as they should.

Here’s one of the many examples seen on March 24, 2018 …

MARCH FOR OUR LIVES

#NeverAgain … #Enough

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Emma González honored the Parkland shooting victims at the March for Our Lives with six minutes of silence, the amount of time it took for the shooter to kill 17 people.

WOULD NEVER … 

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~~Emma Gonzalez’s POWERFUL March For Our Lives Speech~~

~~Published on Mar 24, 201 ~~

Emma González’s powerful six minutes of silence speech at the Washington DC March For Our Lives rally

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Survivors of Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting …. “🎭 Stoneman Douglas High School’s Drama Club …. ‘SHINE’ 🎭 …. “!!


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Survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High school shooting perform “Shine,” a song the school’s drama club wrote in the wake of the shooting.

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The more I find out about these kids, the more impressed I am.

Multiply that by such a number and imagine how many amazing kids are out there in harm’s way.

Never thought of it this way.

The adults have dropped the ball.

It will be up to their generation to get this done correctly.

My support is with them all the way!

HortyRex©

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🎶 You may have brought the dark 🎶
🎶 but together we will shine the light  🎶

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students give a moving performance of the song “Shine,” written by survivors Sawyer Garrity and Andrea Peña, at the end of CNN’s town hall.

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February 21, 2018

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Stoneman Douglas Drama Club performs “Shine” – a song they wrote this week
Tonight’s town hall closed with a moving performance by Stoneman Douglas High School’s Drama Club.

During the performance, the students urged the crowd to reach out to Congress. “Be the voice for those who don’t have one,” a student performer said.

They performed “Shine,” a song they wrote this week to honor their friends following the shooting.

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#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #HortyRex #hrexach

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~Student’s sing moving tribute to Shooting Victims~

~Published on Feb 21, 2018~

The Stoneman Douglas High school drama club perform “Shine,” a song they wrote in the wake of the shooting at their Parkland, Florida, school.

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Ellen DeGeneres …. “💞 Parkland Shooting Survivors Talk …. Gun Control and Conspiracies 💞 …. “!!


~~February 23, 2018~~ 

STRONG, YOUNG VOICES SPEAK

I see them as hope for the future.

The adults have failed them. This fight is theirs now. I’m hoping and wishing that they do prevail.

They are amazing teenagers, much older than their years, who, in one week, have seen their sense of safety shattered.

Let these videos speak for themselves!

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Parkland shooting survivors talk gun control and conspiracies on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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February 23, 2018 
Three survivors of the mass shooting last Wednesday, February 14, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, joined Ellen DeGeneres on Friday. February 23, to continue spreading their advocacy of stricter gun laws.

DeGeneres was joined by Emma González, Cameron Kasky and Jaclyn Corin, all of whom have made major public appearances over the past week, to discuss the conversation that the Parkland tragedy (wherein 17 people were killed) has sparked and what’s being done to keep it going and to turn it into real policy change. “You all are amazing,” the host said to them at the beginning of the segment.

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The students touched on a variety of topics, including their widely-watched CNN Town Hall on Wednesday evening in which, among other highlights, Kasky confronted Senator Marco Rubio and asked him directly whether he’d continue accepting money from the National Rifle Association.

As DeGeneres continued to praise the students’ efforts, González clarified that it was her school that gave her the tools to make sense of and respond to the tragedy.

“We are thankful to have been in a school that educated us almost perfectly to handle this situation,” she said.

Kasky added that he’s felt some guilt for what it took to spur him to activism.

“I wish I had been able to be a part of this before I had to feel it at home,” he said. “I almost feel guilty … It took us feeling that anguish for us to get involved, but we’re here now. But we just have to keep going and realize that we’re here to fight the good fight.”

He later quipped, in regard to the conspiracy theorists accusing students like González and Kasky of being paid actors on behalf of anti-gun efforts, “If you’ve seen me act in school productions, you know I’m not somebody who deserves any money for acting.”

~SOURCE~

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~Stoneman Douglas Activists Discuss the School Shooting with Ellen~

~Published on Feb 23, 2018~

Emma González, Cameron Kasky, and Jaclyn Corin talked with Ellen about their experience during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, and their activism in the days following the horrific event.

~Parkland Student Activists Talk Gun Control~

~Published on Feb 23, 2018~

Emma González, Cameron Kasky, and Jaclyn Corin, survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, sat down with Ellen to talk about the gun control regulation they’re hoping to bring about with their movement.

~Parkland Shooting Survivors on the ‘March for Our Lives’~

~~Published on Feb 23, 2018~~

Emma González, Cameron Kasky, and Jaclyn Corin survived the recent shooting at their high school in Parkland, Florida, and now they’re organizing the March for Our Lives, an event in which people from all over the country will take to the streets to demand that their lives and safety become a priority.

~OFFICIAL WEBSITE~

http://www.marchforourlives.com

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Meet Emma González …. “🔥🔥 Parkland Shooting Survivor …. Young, Strong Voice 🔥🔥 …. “!!


~~February 18, 2018~~ 

A voice for the young people.

They will make the change.

It’s their future!

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THIS GIRL IS ON FIRE

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Emma Gonzalez’s instantly historic speech got the nation to stop and listen about gun reform.

Now she’s taking her message to Washington D.C. in the hope of making Parkland America’s last mass shooting.

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Stoneman Douglas student Emma Gonzalez’s message to Congress.

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