....But soon after she realized this, Columbia sent its students home. Away from school with her athletic competitions on pause, Marsh decided to devote her spare time to photography. To get back in touch with the art form vital to her sanity, Marsh began taking photographs again to post to her own platform, Brazen.
When Marsh founded Brazen, a website with now nearly 10,000 hits, she intended it to be both a creative outlet and a resource for students like her—a space where students of color, especially athletes, could celebrate their art. After the first few months, Marsh said she discussed her future mission of the website with friends from Columbia and other universities and decided the blog would promote mental health. She named the website Brazen, which to her means, “bold and without shame.”........more
Bethany`s Notes: This is a great idea which promotes mental health among student athletes of color, who use art as an outlet. I really like this outlet and I love that it was initiated by a student-athlete.
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