The Second Annual “Seeds” Showcase

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The Second Annual “Seeds” Showcase

Pictured above, The Seeds Showcase logo.

Pictured above, The Seeds Showcase logo.

Joshua Dineros

Pictured above, The Seeds Showcase logo.

Joshua Dineros

Joshua Dineros

Pictured above, The Seeds Showcase logo.

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On April 30, the Eleanor Roosevelt Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) hosted their second annual “Seeds” Showcase in order to spotlight talents of both the LGBT community and their allies bringing pride to our campus. The showcase and exhibit is based on the proverb, “They tried to bury us, but they didn’t know we were seeds.” This relates to the showcase because students that are a part of the LGBT community sometimes believe that they are put down by society, but because they are “Seeds” they will always grow back even more beautiful.

The types of art that were featured in the showcase were posters, paintings, photography, and crafts. Differing types of performances that students and staff experienced at the showcase were dances, singing, poetry, and spoken word.

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Pictured above, the Seeds Showcase table.

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Pictured above, the Seeds Showcase table.

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Pictured above, This piece, by Starlet, was based on the theme of seeds and growth.

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Some of these photos display some GSA members at a Pride Parade

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Pictured above, Emma Wallace and Makenzie Dorsey.

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Pictured above, Riley and Starlet Udenze

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Pictured above, Deragisch and Gamache.

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Pictured above, Starlet Udenze.

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Pictured above, the Seeds Showcase sign.

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Pictured above, Starlet Udenze.

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Pictured above, a student from Santiago High School.

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Pictured above, the Seeds Showcase table.

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Pictured above, Starlet Udenze.

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Pictured above, Makenzie Dorsey.

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Pictured above, Riley Udenze.

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Pictured above, Amber Munoz.

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Pictured above, Kai Levato.

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Pictured above, Elan Patton.

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Pictured above, teachers supporting the Seeds Showcase.

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Pictured above, Emma Wallace and her art.

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Pictured above, Mackenzie Dorsey and her Stonewall poster.

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Pictured above, ERHS students support the Seeds Showcase.

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Pictured above, ERHS students supporting the Seeds Showcase.

Pictured above, students painting during the Seeds Showcase.

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Pictured above, a representative from TruEvolution at the Seeds Showcase.

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Pictured above, ERHS students supporting the Seeds Showcase.

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Pictured above, Chantal, a participant of the Seeds Showcase, performed a dance.

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Pictured above, Joshua Dineros on the catwalk during the fashion show portion of the showcase.

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Pictured above, Amber wore an outfit on the catwalk that represented the bisexual pride flag.

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Pictured above, Kai explained that his shirt was a phoenix because it represented rebirth, which he identified with within his identity.

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Pictured above, Starlet performed spoken word during the showcase.

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Pictured above, This participant in the showcase told a story about her identity..