Philly’s Adopted Daughter, Marsha Ambrosius, Does Part to Tackle Homophobia

5 01 2011

If you aren’t moved by her voice, you’ll love her message. Marsha Ambrosius’ new video release “FAR AWAY” provides an all-too-true tale faced by some urban gay men–particularly those who are willing to disclose their same-sex attractions even in the face of bullying.

Marsha Ambrosius has performed and lived within the Philadelphia market since 2000. In an interview with Philly 360, Ambrosius shares of Philly: “More so than any city I’ve ever been or traveled to, Philadelphia feels like a home to me… it’s somewhere you can sit down and drink your hot apple cider and feel at home. I love New York, but I come back to Philly and I can let my hair down.”

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5 01 2011
Tweets that mention Philly’s Adopted Daughter, Marsha Ambrosius, Does Part to Tackle Homophobia « Black LGBT Archivists Society of Philadelphia -- Topsy.com

[…] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Kenyon Farrow. Kenyon Farrow said: RT @PhillyVAX: Philly's Adopted Daughter, Marsha Ambrosius, Does Part to Tackle Homophobia: http://t.co/QygKRIr […]

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