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Voices & Bodies in Social Action
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Voices & Bodies in Social Action

Recommended For: Grades 4-12

Artists: Lela Aisha Jones, movement artist; Keisha Hutchins, voice; Nia Eubanks Dixon, movement artist

Length: 75 minutes

Related Subjects: Music, U.S. History

How have music, movement and voices been part of the advocacy for civil and human rights? A powerful overview of the ways creative expression joins with visions of social change.

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Bridge Sessions easily intersect with state standards for music education, as well as standards for many other classroom subjects. Although no advance preparation is necessary to attend, we encourage teachers to connect Bridge Sessions back to your classrooms. Please contact us if any additional information would be helpful.

Music You’ll Hear
Say It Loud — I’m Black and I’m Proud (James Brown)

Themes

  • Ways music and movement have been part of civil rights movements in the U.S., particularly the Civil Rights Movement and Black Lives Matter