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Humans of GCAA: William Miskel-Barker

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Humans of GCAA: William Miskel-Barker

“Society, to get a better image, can start anywhere. So, it could start here. It could start with someone making an inspirational dance, and it being recorded and put on YouTube, or a news site or whatever, and then people can receive that message and interpret it, and use it to draw inspiration for themselves. So then they will make a dance video, or they will make something. Of course, positivity in everyone is not going to happen, that’s just a given, it’s never going to happen. But, the more people we have being positive, the greater the art is going to be.” William Miskel-Barker, Junior

“Society, to get a better image, can start anywhere. So, it could start here. It could start with someone making an inspirational dance, and it being recorded and put on YouTube, or a news site or whatever, and then people can receive that message and interpret it, and use it to draw inspiration for themselves. So then they will make a dance video, or they will make something. Of course, positivity in everyone is not going to happen, that’s just a given, it’s never going to happen. But, the more people we have being positive, the greater the art is going to be.” William Miskel-Barker, Junior

Elyse Luecke

“Society, to get a better image, can start anywhere. So, it could start here. It could start with someone making an inspirational dance, and it being recorded and put on YouTube, or a news site or whatever, and then people can receive that message and interpret it, and use it to draw inspiration for themselves. So then they will make a dance video, or they will make something. Of course, positivity in everyone is not going to happen, that’s just a given, it’s never going to happen. But, the more people we have being positive, the greater the art is going to be.” William Miskel-Barker, Junior

Elyse Luecke

Elyse Luecke

“Society, to get a better image, can start anywhere. So, it could start here. It could start with someone making an inspirational dance, and it being recorded and put on YouTube, or a news site or whatever, and then people can receive that message and interpret it, and use it to draw inspiration for themselves. So then they will make a dance video, or they will make something. Of course, positivity in everyone is not going to happen, that’s just a given, it’s never going to happen. But, the more people we have being positive, the greater the art is going to be.” William Miskel-Barker, Junior

Elyse Luecke, Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief

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