Words by Stína Satanía
It is a Monday morning in July. I am sitting with thirty young women in a huge room, and we just finished playing several ice-breaker games. The young participants are now picking which instrument or musical skill they will learn to play in the next few days. They can choose to play bass guitar, electric guitar, drums, keyboard or to practice vocals. Most participants didn’t know each other before coming to camp. Some came with their friends. Others are here for the second or third time, eager to realize their dreams. Thanks to Stelpur Rokka!, I discovered in just a few days how we can change the lives of our female friends, sisters, daughters and nieces for the better.
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