Lynne is joined by Abena Koomson-Davis, Elana Bell, and Dara Lazar of the musical ensembles Saheli and Resistance Revival Chorus to kick off the series by taking us on a journey through their activism, organizing, and creative sustenance in troubled times.

April 20, 2021
6:00 pm
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From the virtual salon:

"Resistance Revival Chorus is a gathering of women that initially came out of some of the organizers of the Women's March, who were interested in what it meant to have a music of revival, of resistance, of revolution for this time and really taking a cue from Mr. Harry Belafonte when he says, ‘When the music is strong, the movement is strong,’ so really looking to build up music in this moment." –Abena Koomson-Davis

"When I think of Baldwin I think of a deep love for America … I just feel this tremendous love from him as a writer and as an activist ... The work has to come from a place of love." –Elana Bell

"We've had a long time discovering our country together and exploring what we want for our country together, and how we might manifest change and also live out our dreams of being artists. Sometimes it feels like they're opposed, those two things." –Dara Lazar

Apr 20

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