Yrneh Gabon Brown

Yrneh Gabon Brown, born in Kingston, Jamaica, is a professional artist and a returning student and McNair scholar at the University of Southern California’s (USC) Roski School of Fine Arts. Yrneh is a talented multimedia artist, motivational speaker and performing artiste based in Los Angeles, California. He directed and co-produced the first emancipation stage show for television and other productions for the Office of the Jamaican Prime Minister, PJ Patterson. He is the 2005 recipient of the Annual Black College Fair’s Certificate of Special Recognition, awarded by Congresswoman Maxine Waters, of California’s 35th District. Yrneh Gabon Brown makes it his mission to bring people together through the arts and culture, and to find a common ground by which all voices can be heard. Today he seeks your support in bringing the “Endangered White” Arts research project to the world.

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