Brown Cotton Film is creating Drama and Mediation Integrated Skills Training programmes
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Hi, 
I'm Louris Lee-Sing. Co-Founder of Brown Cotton Outreach along with my husband Wayne Lee-Sing and Ellen O'Malley Camps. We started off as a Mentor and Mentees who believed that Drama can enrich the lives of everyone who practices it. Ellen O'Malley Camps has been my mentor since 2000 when she invited me to tour with her St. Lucian Theatre Company, Teyat-Toutafe, to Ireland. We moved back to Trinidad and Tobago in 2003 and since then Ellen has been working on using drama to enrich the lives of Prison inmates at the Maximum Security Prison in Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago. Click to see a short video project we worked on for Independence in 2012.
I have been striving to do the same work with the boys at Rainbow Rescue a residential home for homeless boys ages 11-17 located in Maraval, Trinidad and Tobago. We are also working with the Four Roads Government Primary School to create a Student Council by training selected students as peer-mediators. 

I need your support to run these 3 projects from September 2018 to July 2019. 
We will keep you updated on project activities. 


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Brethren and Sistren
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Your consistent support means a lot to us. You can access updates and are added to the BCO mailing list so you always know how things are going. 


Mother Father Giver
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Empress and Emperor
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Hi, 
I'm Louris Lee-Sing. Co-Founder of Brown Cotton Outreach along with my husband Wayne Lee-Sing and Ellen O'Malley Camps. We started off as a Mentor and Mentees who believed that Drama can enrich the lives of everyone who practices it. Ellen O'Malley Camps has been my mentor since 2000 when she invited me to tour with her St. Lucian Theatre Company, Teyat-Toutafe, to Ireland. We moved back to Trinidad and Tobago in 2003 and since then Ellen has been working on using drama to enrich the lives of Prison inmates at the Maximum Security Prison in Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago. Click to see a short video project we worked on for Independence in 2012.
I have been striving to do the same work with the boys at Rainbow Rescue a residential home for homeless boys ages 11-17 located in Maraval, Trinidad and Tobago. We are also working with the Four Roads Government Primary School to create a Student Council by training selected students as peer-mediators. 

I need your support to run these 3 projects from September 2018 to July 2019. 
We will keep you updated on project activities. 


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Tiers
Brethren and Sistren
$1 or more per month
Your consistent support means a lot to us. You can access updates and are added to the BCO mailing list so you always know how things are going. 


Mother Father Giver
$5 or more per month
Empress and Emperor
$10 or more per month