“To envision, to create, to inspire positive social change!”
Officially launched on, September.12th 2009, as a small multi-media production company, In The Closet Productions“A voice for the voiceless”, is committed to uplifting, inspiring and encouraging others to overcome adversity, through the creation, promotion and distribution of inspirational music and art.
” Childhood sexual abuse kills a child’s spirit in childhood. The impact wounds and confuses the soul in teenage years. It wreaks havoc in relationships & ripples through the survivor’s life in the adult years. It destroys every area of life, leaving many unable to fully cope with it’s devastating impact. While some unhealthy messages in the mainstream about power, love, respect & sexuality only inspires more misunderstanding, confusion, pain and heartache. I want to change that by creating my own brand of music, books, public speaking engagements, songwriting workshops and live shows / tours that helps to draw awareness to the impact of trauma and childhood sexual abuse. I want to create music that can be a positive influence on at-risk youth and people all over the world. I want to use my personal experience, dealing with trauma and the impact of childhood sexual abuse to make a positive difference in the lives of people, all over the world.”
– Ingrid D. Johnson –
With a mission to create original music & art with healthy, loving, messages and to share, Ingrid D.Johnson’s, story of surviving and eventually learning to overcome the impact of childhood sexual abuse; In The Closet Productions aims to be, “A BIG BOLD VOICE, for the voiceless,” survivors of childhood sexual abuse, all over the world.
In addition to raising more than enough funds from the sale of our original music, books, public speaking engagements, live shows/tours, songwriting workshops and our ongoing fundraising campaign to start our own foundation that will help victims of childhood sexual abuse in various ways.
What are the benefits of Supporting In The Closet Productions?
Being a supporter of, In The Closet Productions, means investing in a unique artist who is not afraid to sing and speak about the impact of childhood sexual abuse in an honest, personal and very uplifting way.
It means you are supporting an individual artist that truly cares about connecting with people who have been abused and who feel like no one hears, understands or truly cares about them. It means you are investing in a small business owner who truly loves to create quality music and art that entertains and also aims to draw awareness to important social issues that impacts the lives of people, all over the world.
Investing in, In The Closet Productions, means you are investing in an independent artist’s vision and mission to create quality music and art that educates, entertains and can also inspire positive social change!
Be a part of our next project by funding our online campaign, today.
Ingrid D. Johnson is a Jamaican /Canadian poet, singer/songwriter, short film maker, and spoken word artist that found her voice, while writing and publishing her first book of poetry in July 2005. Inspired by her dream to be a successful artist that helps others who have been through childhood sexual abuse and other forms of trauma, Ingrid D. Johnson, decided to start her own production company, In The Closet Productions.
Officially launching, In The Closet Productions (on September 2009), as a business platform for her music and art ( “Black Butterfly” her spoken word CD (2006), three musical albums ( 2009, 2012, & 2015 ), several music videos ( 2011 – present), her short experimental spoken word film The Real Woman( 2007), Johnson hopes to make a positive mark on society with, In The Closet Productions, that will never be erased.
In the past, we have made an impact on our local community through our fundraising efforts for KLINIC (2006), The Laurel Centre ( 2009) and Cancer Care Manitoba Foundation (2015). All the events incorporated the talents of several local artists in a live music production. Both KLINIC and The Laurel Centre, counsels victims of sexual abuse. While, Cancer Care Manitoba Foundation aims to eradicate a disease consisting of more than 150 types and stages. In addition to providing up-to-date information regarding treatment options, resources and services that are vital as patients and families make their way through the cancer journey, from diagnosis to treatment.
Through participation in a Black History cultural workshop in 2012, The Red Cross Respect ED; Power for the positive 2010 youth conference, 2013 Musicians for equal opportunities for women in music and 2013 Voices M.A.S.S.I.V.E. workshops for youths in care, we have donated our time and talents to help bring awareness to various important social issues.
In addition to all of the above, over the years, we have attracted various local and national media coverage for our work and mission on CBC, Bravo! CJOB, U of M radio, CKUW radio, WNJR radio, Hot 103, Shaw T. V, CTV and in the Winnipeg Sun and The Manitoba Status of Women’s 2011 government publication.
Inspired by our vision?
Want to help us with our on going mission? Choose one or all of the following.
1. Book, Ingrid D. Johnson & The Funky Fresh Crew (for a live show, public speaking engagement and songwriting workshop) today!
2. *** Partner with us and be our Fiscal Sponsor.
3.* Purchase a copy of our digital albums, physical CDs & Books by visiting our store page.
4. Fund our online fundraising campaign.
5. Join our new Facebook page that addresses the impact of childhood sexual abuse.
Thank you for your support !!!
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