Esperanza Dance Project — Under the direction of Beth Braun, the Esperanza Dance Project is inspiration and beauty for survivors of sexual abuse and their supporters.
Hi everyone! Esperanza has recently been working with local schools to prepare for the annual One Billion Rising event. One Billion Rising is a worldwide campaign that strives to empower people around the globe to rise against sexual abuse and injustice. This year, Esperanza plans to perform the traditional One Billion Rising flashmob at Reid Park. Dozens of students and teachers will gather together to bring hope to our Tucson community. We'd love it if you'd join us this Tuesday at 4 PM! #onebillionrising#esperanzadanceproject#hopeinthemidstofdarkness
Esperanza has the awesome privilege of performing tomorrow at Take Back the Night! We will be teaching a flashmob at the event at 5:30 which will be performed along with one of the pieces of our show between 7:00 and 8:00 PM. We would love to have you join us at the community event! Take Back the Night always create a night of support and safety for anyone willing and welcome to attend ❤️ #Esperanza#hope#take#back#the#night#community#friendships#dance#support
In 1998, after a woman was raped, the Italian Supreme Court refused to consider the case based on the claim that the women's jeans were too tight. The following day, Italian women in the court house wore tight jeans in protest. Nearly twenty years later, on April 29th, the Denim Day movement advocates against sexual abuse and raises awareness towards the stigma associated with such a topic #denimday#esperanzadanceproject#hope#jeans
Esperanza had an amazing House of Hope performance today at RUHS! Thank you to all the students and teachers who joined us and we hope to see you at our next event! Join Esperanza Wednesday April 8th at 4:30 at Armory Park to learn the choreography for a flashmob we will be performing at 6 at Hotel Congress for Take Back the Night! #takebackthenight#denimday#downtowntucson#esperanzadanceproject