Nataly Montey

Nataly Montey
Personal statement: "How do I participate in a movement that began 50 years ago? I think by really understanding the values and visions held by those that were part of the movement is a start. Understanding the significance of the Stonewall riots and sharing its history with others keeps it alive. The resilience of all who fall under the LGBTQ+ spectrum is unique. I think it is important to represent an effort that is truly about love for all with real, unique, beautiful faces and stories. I believe we do this by studying how the events still impact us today." Nataly is a junior majoring in Printmaking and Art Education.
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