Interview with Brian Medlin of Legendary Divorce via Punk Out

Hey guys! Today I talked with Brian Medlin of band Legendary Divorce.

“For me, inclusiveness is part of the very fabric that makes up a punk scene. It’s what makes it “punk”. At least it damn well should be. If you can’t accept someone for who they are, you’re not punk”

You can check out the whole interview here:

Punk Out interview with Brian Medlin

Be sure to check out his music and support his stuff!

Punk Out at Vans Warped Tour 2015

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We at Punk Out had an awesome conversation today with Buddy of Senses Fail. We discussed safety, Identity, Inclusion, and many other important elements within the Punk Community. We sat in a circle backstage and told stories of inspiration and experience. Please forward the conversation and advocate for your safe space today!

Thanks again to Buddy, Koji , Grey Gordon , and everyone else that joined us! Much Love and Big Hugs!!!!!!

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Buddy (center)

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Group Photo

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Art Therapy

Feeling sick? Feeling the blahs? Up, down, left, and right? Try picking up a little arts and crafts. Did you know that art therapy helps you to express emotions that you can’t verbally articulate? Art therapy focuses on the inner experiences. Try taking a piece of paper for instance, and just draw. Forget that you’re not an artist, allow yourself to disconnect. What do you see? how does it make you feel? Don’t be a critic… just express! What’s your story? Feel the motion in your arm, your hand, your body etc. Feels good, right?

Today I bought some pastels. For the record, I’ve never used pastels. With no direction, I just went ahead. The sensory input was an overload! It truly does something for me.

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Fans in a Flashbulb

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William Copley, Think, 1967 (793.2002)

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Bruce Davidson, [Woman in window with American Flag; East 100th Street, New York City, USA], 1962 (2006.15.6)

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Unidentified Photographer, [American flag and sign, March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Washington D.C.], August 28, 1963 (2010.81.137)

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Flip Schulke (1930-2008), [Martin Luther King Jr. leading second march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama], March 1965, (2012.97.3)

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Charles Moore (1931-2010), Medgar Evers, field secretary for NAACP in Mississippi, was shot and killed in his home state. This photograph shows some of the people who attended his funeral, June 1963 (222.2003.8)

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Eli Reed, [Central ward, Newark, New Jersey], 1992 (2013.102.10)

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all [people] are created equal, that they are endowed… with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit…

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