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Face the Music: Confronting Racism With Living Legacies, Part 2 *

Brown painting with one person sitting and playing a banjo, and one person in white dancing.

Face the Music: Confronting Racism With Living Legacies, Part 2 *

Northwest Folklife and The Rhapsody Project are proud to present a virtual two-part discussion about how music, traditions, heritage, and artistic lineage have lent our community strength and insight for confronting social and racial injustice.

Hosted by Joe Seamons and featuring Briar, Roger Fernandez, Lady A, Fern Naomi Renville, Mariah Roberson, and Tate Linden. 

To watch Part 1 of the conversation, visit this link.

Scheduled performance time: Monday, May 31 - 4:10pm | Channel: 50 Years of Folklife | Category: Panels / Town Halls