About "Freedom isn't Free"

Freedom isn't Free

 The dance work, "Freedom isn’t Free", is about biased reactions that resulted in Japanese American Internment Camp experiences during World War II, and extends to current biased reactions to people of various races, religions, and ethnicities in the United States. MoustacheCat Dance has been working on "Freedom isn’t Free" since 2014. It started as a short solo dedicated to Japanese Americans who were sent to the camps, and currently is in the process of being expanded into a group piece, to enable the audience to think about how we can make this world a better place together, through dance.

Freedom isn't Free

 Please support Kaoru Ikeda/MoustacheCat Dance to keep working on this project, and we can keep dancing forward towards the betterment of the world. Any amount of donation will help your kitties keep moving forward, and we really appreciate your support.

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