Got To Stop LLC CEO and Founder Erika L. Ewing is featured in this film project.
This short documentary examines how BLM street art can create positive social change within the BLM movement.
Check out this freestyle rap by Grammy Award Winner Wyclef Jean inspired by this dress.
Episodes 11 & 12 of WHBLE's weekly podcast, Education As Liberation, hosted by award-winning writer and educator, Ah-Keisha McCants are now streaming! We talk about the role of healing in liberation, the impact of Covid19 on communities, and the experiences of Black girls and women in education.
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"All in all, my life will never be the same!” Erika Ewing, Founder of Got To Stop LLC, a social impact and fashion consultant company, actor, and activist. Co-Organizer and Director of Community Engagement and Logistics, and On-Site Project Manager, of the Black Lives Matter Harlem Mural.
“So many moments! The volunteers and artists soon became my support team and a new family of creatives and friends! There was no hierarchy on the installation site, and everyone played to their strengths. The constant encouragement gave me the strength and fuel to survive the heat, and sometimes turmoil in the streets!
We created an open safe space for dialogue, courageous conversations, space where everyone was heard. I, too, experienced the pain of being misunderstood, undervalued, ignored, abused, exploited, dismissed, and silenced. I had to be present and take nothing or no one for granted and truly exemplify and activate, the hashtag #BLM.
The daily conversations and interactions with the Harlem community were rich. Those exchanges challenged me to be more present, more compassionate, and more impactful!
Founder & Editor: Musa Jackson
Creative Director & Photographer
Paul Morejón Studio
Makeup Artist: Ashley Walters
Shot at photo studio @42nd_photostudio
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The BLM Harlem Mural Unveiled on July 8, 2020
Erika L. Ewing, introduces New York State Senator Brian Benjamin.
Being featured in my Smith College Alumnae Quarterly Magazine was a huge honor. When I started my company in 2018, Social Impact was a very new concept and budding new industry. Who knew two years later, I'd become relevant and recognized for the social justice work and advocacy I do, and, the social impact fashion I design. Social Impact Fashion Makes a Statement and Spreads A Message.
Thank you for all who support me and continue to live the Got To Stop lifestyle!
Watch Erika L Ewing, perform her original monologue,
"Hey!" at the Apollo WOW Festival 2019
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Activists and advocates talk about social impact and community change with host James Litkett, from Now We Rise To Self-Determination Television Show.
Amazing talkbacks after Ripple Effect Artists’ #GuardingTheBridge. Featured: Erika L Ewing, Got To Stop LLC . Huge thanks 💕Scott Zimmerman, Tim Dowd, Jonathan Libman, Dawn Speaks., Chuck Gorden, and Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc..
Princess Jenkins, Store Owner, The Brownstone talks about why she supports Got To Stop