“Life can be about so much more than survival,” says Caminiti. “I beat the odds and I love that audiences will get to see that.”

For the majority of her career, Felicia DeRosa has approached social justice and activism through her art. Over 30-some-odd years, she has explored and reflected back themes such as gender roles, the body as it’s exploited in media and advertising, mental illness, homelessness, faith, addiction, self-destruction, and, from time to time, politics.

Prizm News / February 1, 2019 / By Troy Anthony Harris Black history is LGBT history, and black LGBT history is the story of America. By Troy Anthony Harris I’ve been a good many things in my lifetime, but a good history student was never one of them. Anyone whoContinue Reading