Belew is a socially conscious performer, artist, musician, and rapper. She uses her art to fight forms of oppression like human trafficking.
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Kim Belew is a socially conscious musician, rapper, and inspirational speaker from the Cincinnati area. She uses her music to work for social justice and to tell the story of how she overcame trauma. You can read her interview with the inspirational TV show "Waking Up in America" here. Click the button above to hear samples of her music.
Are you going to be in Cincinnati on February 13th, 2020? Be sure to stop by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center! On Shine a Light on Slavery Day we will be hosting "Motel X Gallery Talk: Survivor Story" at 12PM. This talk features Kim Belew and is one part of our line-up of events that day, including free admission to "Motel X!"
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