Jacqui and Liz are extremely grateful to their guests for the rich and illuminating discussion of the current state of protest singing within the Black Lives Matter movement. Thank you Micah Hendler, Nikki Nesbary, Caullen Hudson, and Patrice Rhone. Micah Hendler is a musical changemaker, and covers
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Jacqui and Liz are extremely grateful to their guests for the rich and illuminating discussion of the current state of protest singing within the Black Lives Matter movement. Thank you Micah Hendler, Nikki Nesbary, Caullen Hudson, and Patrice Rhone. Micah Hendler is a musical changemaker, and covers music and social change for Forbes. He is the founder and artistic director of the Jerusalem Youth Chorus.Nikki Nesbary is an experienced facilitator, trainer, and program manager. She is a singer and leadership team member with SongRise, a DC-based women's social justice a cappella group.Caullen Hudson is a filmmaker, activist, and founder of SoapBox productions and organizing. He is a scholar and producer of the feature documentary Chicago Drill ‘n’ Activism, and produces and co-hosts the Bourbon ‘n BrownTown podcast. Check out their Collective Freedom Project, a four-part series highlighting grassroots efforts in Chicago, Atlanta, Texas, and California to fight crimmigration.In addition to her digital activism, Patrice Rhone is a fashion fanatic, marketing professional, and blogger. She will also be rocking some classic 80s Madonna and Whitney with Jacqui and Liz at our next karaoke party.LINKSOn the march: is communal protest singing poised for a comeback? by Micah Hendler, Jun 13, 2020 https://www.forbes.com/sites/micahhendler/2020/06/13/on-the-march-is-communal-protest-singing-poised-for-a-comeback/?sh=639ce5157372Dr. Ysaye M. Barnwellhttps://www.ymbarnwell.com/Marching and Singing with Ysaye Barnwell - Black Lives Matter, YouTube, uploaded Jun 9, 2020Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXV9c0-JZcgLift Every Voice and Sing by the Spellman College Glee Club, YouTube, Feb 28, 2019https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRF9FOPgLpwLift Every Voice and Sing by SongRise, Juneteenth Solidarity Sing, YouTube, Premiered Jun 20, 2020https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ko9I9d8Zu68Tupac interview about food in hotel, YouTube, uploaded Dec 29, 2012 (from Tupac: Resurrection)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuBWjhEax3gThis is what protest sounds like by Breeanna Hare, November 19, 2017https://www.cnn.com/2017/04/20/us/soundtracks-protest-music-evolution/index.htmlAnti-maskers, the alt-right, and leftist messaging by Paula Ethans, October 20, 2020https://canadiandimension.com/articles/view/anti-maskers-the-alt-right-and-leftist-messagingAnti-vaccine protesters are likening themselves to civil rights activists by Mackenzie Mays, Sep 18, 2019https://www.politico.com/story/2019/09/18/california-anti-vaccine-civil-rights-1500976Justice Choir https://www.justicechoir.org/Kendrick Lamar's "Alright" chanted by protesters during Cleveland police altercation by Jeremy Gordon July 29, 2015https://pitchfork.com/news/60568-kendrick-lamars-alright-chanted-by-protesters-during-cleveland-police-altercation/Has Kendrick Lamar recorded the new Black national anthem? by Aisha Harris, Aug 3, 2015https://slate.com/culture/2015/08/black-lives-matter-protesters-chant-kendrick-lamars-alright-what-makes-it-the-perfect-protest-song-video.htmlKendrick Lamar - Alright<a href="https://www.youtube