Society & Culture
30 Joy as an Act of Resistance -- Resistance Revival Chorus (Sarah Sophie Flicker & Meah Pace)
This week, we’re talking with Resistance Revival Chorus members Sarah Sophie Flicker and Meah Pace. You’ll hear their performances of protest songs new and old, as well as their thoughts on song and sisterhood, intersectionality, singing at the Grammy’s with Kesha for #TimesUp & the #MeToo movement, the Womens March principles, parenthood, and self care.
FULL show notes including all song credits and sources, references from this episode, and production credits can be found at https://www.healingjustice.org/episodes-1/resistance-revival-chorus
Resistance Revival Chorus is a collective of more than 60 self-identified women who come together to sing protest songs in the spirit of collective joy & resistance. They honor the long tradition of music and protest songs in civil rights movements, and honor that tradition by uplifting historical songs as well as creating new ones for our current moment. They are calling for a resistance revival of our spirits, of our commitment to the movement, of our joy and of our power. They perform regularly in NYC, and have graced the stage with such greats as Kesha and Carly Simon. Check out the toolkit to start your own Resitance Revival Chorus here: https://medium.com/@resistancerevivalchorus/resistance-revival-chorus-tool-kit-260ed7438977
Download the corresponding practice (30 Practice: Sing for Freedom) to join Resistance Revival Chorus Musical Director Abena Koomson Davis in a meditative singing and listening practice you can do alone or in a group. Get ready to hear her beautiful voice and join in! Practice episodes always publish on Thursdays.
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