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Paula Eve Kirman

Paula Eve Kirman is a Western Canada-based singer/songwriter who writes and performs music with a message. Whether singing about life, love, social issues, or spirituality, she focuses on the passion behind the words. Many of Paula's songs deal with social justice, in no small part due to her active involvement in the peace movement and a variety of other causes such as poverty and the environment. She performs regularly at festivals and events that promote social justice. Two of her best-known songs include "Walls," which has become a local anthem for peace, and "Summer," which is the story of a homeless woman. "Summer" was a finalist in the 2017 International Songwriting Competition, out of 16,000 entries world-wide. Only about two percent of entries became finalists, and Paula was the only finalist from Edmonton. An award-winning activist and poet well-known in her home city of Edmonton, some of her accolades include: *The Human Rights Champion Award from the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights for being a pioneering media artist and community organizer. *The Edmonton Social Planning Council's 2018 Award of Merit for Advocacy of Social Justice. *A 2018 MUSE Award from Edmonton Muse Magazine. *The Salvos Prelorentzos Peace Award from Project Ploughshares Edmonton in 2012. *Being named a Daughter of the Year at Edmonton's annual Daughters Day Celebration in 2014. *Receiving First Prize in the 2016 Inner City Poetry Contest. *Two of Paula's poems chosen for "Word On the Street" and sandblasted into sidewalks in the McCauley neighbourhood in the spring of 2018. Paula is always working on new songs and poetry. You can learn more about her projects at www.wordspicturesmusic.com..

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