RE/DEFINE is the second program in the Hope Assembly Initiative lineup and is available to schools who have hosted a When the Music Stops assembly.
RE/DEFINE is the groundbreaking follow up to When the Music Stops.
The Hope Assembly Initiative offers a follow-up program to When the Music Stops, titled Redefine. Utilizing new communication mediums, Redefine addresses the importance of character and integrity, and offers step-by-step action plans that students may take to overcome 1) the mistakes of their parents, 2) the mistakes of their past, and 3) the opinions of other people. Redefine aims to convey the importance of embracing a personal dream for who you’re becoming, as this lays a foundation for embracing positive, personal character traits. Redefine is highly creative in its delivery as it implements student story media, spoken word, panel discussions, and text communication. Redefine may be booked at any time following a When the Music Stops presentation.
Program Topics: personal integrity, character, self reflection, goal setting, and action.
RE/DEFINE is delivered through multiple communication mediums. Here are a few presented in the program.
RE/DEFINE is privileged to offer a diverse cast of youth professionals, poets, and justice activists. Here are a few of our Ohio touring team. Cast and artistic talent may vary by program date & location.
Creator / Speaker
Brandon is a youth professional and the creator of the Hope Assembly Initiative.
Isaac is a speaker with over 10 years of professional youth worker experience.
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