This video gets people to feel history for themselves. They can use this lesson to express their own core beliefs and work for change in government.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) July 06, 2012
Freelance writer Emilia Fuentes Grant speaks at the Honoring Women's Rights conference in Salinas, CA on Sept. 8. She details how she turned Lady GaGa's 2009 hit Bad Romance into a history lesson about the National Woman’s Party. It's the latest educational music video parody from Soomo Publishing.
Grant's version overlays GaGa's ferocious club thumper beat with images of the National Woman’s Party's radical activism in the fight for the 19th Amendment. Of her talk at the Honoring Women's Rights conference, Grant said, "I’ll share my experience in writing the parody lyrics and video, and discuss Soomo Publishing’s innovative educational philosophy which facilitated this unique and impactful project."
Freelance writer Emilia Fuentes Grant lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. She writes educational content for Soomo Publishing and is the screenwriter and lyricist behind "Bad Romance: Women’s Suffrage" (2012) and Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration (2009).
Tickets on sale until August 22, through Honoring Women's Rights website.
National Steinbeck Center, 1 Main Street, Salinas, Monterey County, CA