Monday, December 9, 2013
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Hey MTDubberz! Here are our top picks of the week! What are your favorites? There is nothing like listening to your favorite music at the end of the day! Enjoy :-)
Passenger- Let Her Go
Monday, December 2, 2013
Happy Monday MTDubberz! We are excited about making big moves in Baltimore and want to share it with you! Below is the link to a MTW session with
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Happy Thanksgiving MTDubberz! Here are our favorite music picks for the week. As you embark on holiday travel we hope these tunes keep your spirits up! Enjoy!
Lady Gaga - Do What U Want (feat. R Kelly)
Babyface and Eric Clapton-Change the World
Fleetwood Mac- The Chain
OneRepublic- Counting Stars
Monday, November 25, 2013
Hi MTDubberz! Our Annual Holiday Jam was held at 1OAK on November 21st and we were thrilled to see many of you there! It was a blast! Thank you 1OAK and Host Committee :) Check out our MTDubz Holiday Jam photo album on Facebook. Here is a sneak peak!
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Hello MTDubberz! When it's cold outside and the sky is dark at 5pm MUSIC is what gets us through the rest of the day! Check out what songs keep us going!
Chiddy Bang Feat. Killer Mike - Neighborhood
K'Naan - T.I.A
Janelle Monae- Dance Apocalyptic
Estelle & Janelle Monae- Do My Thing
Manu Chao - Bongo Bong
Counting Crows - Mr. Jones
Jason Mraz - Halfway Home
Monday, November 18, 2013
Hey MTDubberz! Today we are reflecting on University Colloquium! On Saturday, November 9th, MTW in partnership with American University and Creative Peace Initiatives held the University Colloquium which focused on Applied Conflict Transformation in Global Communities.
This event had a dozen participants with backgrounds in peace education and conflict studies. Participants had the opportunity to work together to learn strategies that promote empathy, diversity appreciation, mediation skills, stress management, and conflict transformation.
We interviewed Denasha Bullock our DC Partnerships Coordinator to get more insight on University Colloquium. Check it out!!
What was most successful about University Colloquium?
The impact of the Colloquium on the participants was the most successful part. The objective of this particular University Colloquium was to equip participants with creative strategies to manage classroom behavior and strengthen their social and emotional “tool box”. Each participant walked said they felt really empowered to utilize the skills they learned at the Colloquium. They also said they had never experienced becoming so connected to strangers in such a short period of time; they felt the movement component of what we do gives a level of comfort to participants.
Any particular moment that you found to be memorable, moving or inspiring?
Yes, during group images where we developed body images that depict how we see ourselves, how others see us, and how we want to be seen. Participants learned a lot about one another and discovered things about themselves in the process. It was really powerful.