MILWAUKEE (Nov. 20, 2019) – SeeMe4Me will launch in Milwaukee this Thursday, November 21 at Nō Studios. The SeeMe4Me project was launched by Ed Davies, who has a lived experience facing racism and implicit bias and succeeding and building positive personal and professional relationships across racial, ethnic, and other cultural boundaries in spite of it all.
SeeMe4Me is a narrative change campaign designed to challenge how we view each other and redefine our perceptions. This social awareness effort allows people to reject the perceptions formed of them, and to demand that they are seen for who they really are by proclaiming: “Your perception is not my reality.”
As a catalyst for exploration and discussion, SeeMe4Me challenges everyone to see people differently and accurately, by telling real and raw stories in order to drive changes in programs and services, policies, funding, and access to opportunities that can improve the quality of life.
The campaign launch will include a debut of the first SeeMe4Me PSA, followed by a discussion highlighting the importance of narrative change, the SeeMe4Me approach and planned campaign activities.
WHAT: SeeMe4Me Milwaukee Campaign Launch Event
PSA Premier: 6:30pm
Campaign Q&A/Discussion: 6:45pm
WHEN: Thursday, November 21
WHO: SeeMe4Me, Ed Davies Founder
WHERE: Nō Studios, 1037 W. McKinley Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53205