Chicago Artist & Activist, FM Supreme on Windy City Live

“Born and raised in Chicago, Jessica Disu, aka FM SUPREME, is a poet, activist and “humanitarian rap artist.” Her goal is to use language as a tool for positive change. She did just that with her song, “Still Believe, Yeah,” produced into a music video by ABC 7 Chicago. Her positive message calling for peace, nonviolent conflict resolution and belief in oneself, is reflected in this video which will air as part of an ABC 7 public service campaign beginning Sunday. ” ~ Windy City Live

Check out her amazing work here: http://windycitylive.com/episodes/Chicago-Rapper-FM-Supreme/9546112

Chi~Voices Crew Spotlight: Jessica Estelle Huggins

Creator and Creative Producer Jessica Estelle Huggins talks about the birth of Chi~Voices, casting poets along with the struggles and awesome moments while creating the film.

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Chi~Voices: Official Chicago Premiere 2/27/2015

ChiVoices_OfficialPremiereThe wait is over!

We’ve been developing, shooting and finalizing this idea since Spring 2013. Later this month we premiere Chi~Voices: A Poetic Film Series at Providence St. Mel School, in hopes to motivate, and inspire to use art as their therapy to violence. We explore the youth violence in Chicago through film, spoken word, music, acting, and more. We hope to see you there! ;-)

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Peep our trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WPJ5TIQPb0

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