Fri, 14 Dec 2018 11:43 by Emily Wade
Rumai is one of many supporters for the MAD project.
Every week, he turns up to play with the kids at Holford Drive Sports Hub in Perry Barr.
His personality makes him a great influencer, and one of the young people have even said 'I want to be like Rumai'.
Holford Drive would not be the same without him and that's why he has developed with us, through the #MADFam experience, from a participant to a sessional worker.
You can read more on Rumai below.
You can hear more from Rumai on his experience with MAD Birmingham by watching the video on our YouTube channel below!
Mon, 21 Jan 2019 11:17 by Emily Wade
Ish is a very supportive youth worker at the Pump, especially for those young people who have a desire for music production and becoming their own artist.
From a very young age, he always wanted to become an artist himself, trying his best to record at home in his bedroom. Unfortunately the support and equipment wasn't there for him.
Ish thrives off the energy from the young people who come into the Pump week on week to record their own music.
WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW
"With great thanks to Levi Strauss®, the Pump is able to offer everyone a brand new media space. It offers the state of art hardware and software for those budding creators out there. The room offers an industry-standard experience to generate ideas and create music and film that wil inspire young people to express themselves and produce the next hit track or movie!"
-Information taken directly from https://www.thepump.org.uk/levis-media-space
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- Rumai Johnson (PDF, 699 Kb)