As October concludes, Amanda and Cassia shared their stories and experience dealing with breast cancer. Read more to hear their stories as well as learn information about where to go for more resources and screenings.
We won’t go back.
Hannah, owner of the Han Pandle, is a local artist who sees beauty in the world and projects it in her art. Through all forms of art, she is constantly working to pursue her passions. Make sure to check her out at PrideFest in Joplin!
Watch Julie staff members, Des, Llen, and Jamie discuss weird and sexist dress code policies and mask mandates.
Alina Black is a local artist who has recently put her art out to the public. Although sometimes doubting her work, she doesn’t let her doubts keep her from creating. Check out the link to see inspirations of nature and other artwork she has created!
Larkin Grimm stopped by Bookhouse Cinema in Joplin for an intimate show in the theatre. Her lyrics and unique style of music were perfect for Joplin, one stop of 44 across the country.
Watch our first episode of “Julie Speaks”. Every Sunday, Julie Joplin Media will invite people to discuss issues related to intersectional feminism.
Lori Curry is the Director of Missouri Prison Reform. Her goal through the organization is to hold Missouri Department of Corrections accountable and transparent. In communicating with the incarcerated and their families, she has learned about so much they are hiding.
Alyssa Galvan is a local musician whose age does not stop her from being herself. Writing and singing her own music since 13, Alyssa, now 15, has been playing live around the four state area for a while, and we are only seeing the beginning.
Tabatha and Jamie are local artists who paint on bodies rather than canvases. Through her business, Cheeky Fun Joplin, Tabatha gets to share her talents with people all over the area by providing face and body painting for all kinds of events.