Stand as One

This video was put together by three students from the Oakland School for the Arts. Anais Kane and Chetina Hunter are in the vocal emphasis, while Knia Ward is in the dance department. The original song and choreography in the video were inspired by their study of women through the exhibition "Women, Power and Politics" by the International Museum of Women. This song and the interpretive dance is an empowerment piece for women; it encourages women to use their power and fight for their goals.

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This song and interpretive dance put together by three students from the Oakland School for the Arts encourages women to use their power and fight for their goals. Anais Kane and Chetina Hunter sign, while Knia Ward choreographed the dance.
(Anais)

ooh...
I am a mother
I am a woman
I am a human (yea)
Fighting for life
In the distance is the light
We must continue to fight
Whether we win or lose
We've got to take control
In order to reach new heights


(Chetina)

We stand as one
Mistaken for someone
Who is weak
And can never be
Equal to what's mighty
We work entirely
As hard as a male
Finally we prevail
Yea, now we're on top
yeah

I.M.O.W. partnered with Liza Gesuden, a teacher at Oakland School for the Arts, and her Senior Honors English class to create an Education Pilot Program that focused on the museum's exhibition, "Women, Power and Politics," for a five week unit. Engaging exhibition stories as course texts, students organized in-class presentation, discussed central topics explored by the exhibition and worked on assignments inspired by the exhibition.

Visit their profile in the I.M.O.W. community and watch, read and listen to their incredibly creative projects.

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