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WWR 2014 Washington Hall Rozz Therrien and Leah Michaels who presented their film “Rock, Rage & Self Defense: An Oral History of Seattle’s Home Alive

WWR 2014
Washington Hall – 4/25/2014
Rozz Therrien and Leah Michaels who presented their film “Rock, Rage & Self Defense: An Oral History of Seattle’s Home Alive

 

WWR (un)Conference Washington Hall 'Day of the Dead' Alter with all its color and symbolism. I asked several children to show me their contribution to the altar and then I asked each of them if they understood the meanings associated with their sparkly 'feminized' sugar skulls. They assured me that they did by suggesting that it 'is a good way to remember family and people you love after they die'. These children have a life learning advantage attending the Women Who Rock event. It’s about us, them and who these children will be inspired by from the past that will bring them into a fuller ‘becoming’.

WWR (un)Conference
Washington Hall
‘Day of the Dead’ Alter with all its color and symbolism. I asked several children to show me their contribution to the altar and then I asked each of them if they understood the meanings associated with their sparkly ‘feminized’ sugar skulls. They assured me that they did by suggesting that it ‘is a good way to remember family and people you love after they die’. These children have a life learning advantage attending the Women Who Rock event. It’s about us, them and who these children will be inspired by from the past that will bring them into a fuller ‘becoming’.

WWR (Un)Conference 2014 Washington Hall: "Fandango"

WWR (Un)Conference 2014
Washington Hall: “Fandango”

 

Improvising New Communities with Bodies in Motion Roundtable Moderators:  Michelle Habell-Pallan, Sonnet Retman Panelists: Martha Gonzalez & Deborah Wong discuss community building through the Fandango Obon Project; Gayle Sherrie Tucker discusses Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI) developed by Pauline Oliveros and the Deep Listening Institute; Gaye Theresa Johnson highlights forms of collaboration and coalition between Black & Latino that reconfigure music; Mako Fitts Ward, co-founder of Women Who Rock (un)Conference"

Improvising New Communities with Bodies in Motion Roundtable
Moderators:
Michelle Habell-Pallan, Sonnet Retman
Panelists: Martha Gonzalez & Deborah Wong discuss community building through the Fandango Obon Project; Gayle Sherrie Tucker discusses Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI) developed by Pauline Oliveros and the Deep Listening Institute; Gaye Theresa Johnson highlights forms of collaboration and coalition between Black & Latino that reconfigure music; Mako Fitts Ward, co-founder of Women Who Rock (un)Conference”

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