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The Dream Citadel Evolution Show- Artist Spotlight (Ana "Temple" Abram)

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Ana Temple Abram has been performing on stages since the age of four. Her first stage experience gave her a passion for theatre which she pursued heavily until age 18 when she discovered the power of her own voice and her own words. In 2003 Ana Temple Abram took to the stage not to bring breath and life to other people’s words but to her own. Temple has always used poetry as a outlet for her emotions which lends itself to a dynamic commentary on life through the eyes of a young woman who is only just now beginning to accept her power. She has been performing on stages in Baltimore since 2004 and since then has traveled with her art as far as Nicaragua where she taught and organized bilingual poetry nights for her students. Through her work with Poetry for the people of Baltimore she has had the opportunity to perform at The Baltimore museum of art, the Walters Art gallery, Reginald F. Lewis and the American visionary Art museum. Temple uses her poetry and art as a means of healing and connecting WITH the people. Temple has started her own nonprofit dedicated to giving youth a voice and an opportunity to heal through LAFFH (Love acceptance faith forgiveness and healing). Temple has released one spoken word CD entitled Speak-her Pray-her and is working on her sophomore album to be released soon. Temple has also harnessed her eternal childlike nature into a series of her own Children’s Books entitled Brown Baby Books to be released in fall of 2010. Temple loves people and believes in sharing each experience so that someone may find commonality and hope in her story. Temple has dealt with such issues as rape, love, family, abuse, and empowerment. Her message and story in contrast with her being is to serve as a testament of what God can really do.

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