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When 12th grader Caitlyn Sousa decided to bring the Love is Louder movement to Woodland Regional High School, she had an idea of what would speak to her classmates best.

“I wanted to incorporate a visual aspect [to the project],” she said. The video will be part of a growing array of artistic mediums expressing the Love is Louder message, including a display case in the Library/Media Center; a magazine specially designed for the cause by Advanced Creative Writing; and now a music video for WRHSOnline.

According to Cait, the concept of the video was for a number of Woodland students to proudly state and physically interpret their “Love is Louder” statements. The accompanying song, “Day by Day,” was recorded by the mighty Love Without Limits, featuring 12th grader Roy Halim and 11th grader Austin Burr.

Cait hopes that students will be intrigued by the video enough to check out the Love is Louder movement for themselves.

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  1. Barb Peck

    January 10, 2012 at 8:27 am

    Hi Caitlyn,
    I am down the street from you, next to the Galal’s. Firstly you are doing such a phenomenal job….the positive message you are sending out is echoing like wildfire! Even my 8 year old daughter Abby is speaking the language! She recently had bi-lateral heel cord surgery, we talked about your article (which I still have). Yesterday she had her casts removed and has to wear walking boots which are a bit large, and black. I decorated them with peace signs, smiley faces, etc….and on both boots wrote “LOVE IS LOUDER”. She looked at it and said “Love is louder than the pressure to be perfect, right mommy?” What you’ve accomplished is truly inspirational! You’ve gotten through to a 3rd grader….and hopefully she can continue the movement into Algonquin!!! She would love to meet you (it’s been a long time since we had a block party) but if you ever have a few spare minutes, let me know! I think meeting you would do wonders! Thank you again for making her transition a positive one!!!

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  1. Barb Peck

    January 10, 2012 at 8:27 am

    Hi Caitlyn,
    I am down the street from you, next to the Galal’s. Firstly you are doing such a phenomenal job….the positive message you are sending out is echoing like wildfire! Even my 8 year old daughter Abby is speaking the language! She recently had bi-lateral heel cord surgery, we talked about your article (which I still have). Yesterday she had her casts removed and has to wear walking boots which are a bit large, and black. I decorated them with peace signs, smiley faces, etc….and on both boots wrote “LOVE IS LOUDER”. She looked at it and said “Love is louder than the pressure to be perfect, right mommy?” What you’ve accomplished is truly inspirational! You’ve gotten through to a 3rd grader….and hopefully she can continue the movement into Algonquin!!! She would love to meet you (it’s been a long time since we had a block party) but if you ever have a few spare minutes, let me know! I think meeting you would do wonders! Thank you again for making her transition a positive one!!!

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