Featured Session: Music & The Movement with Nathaniel Rateliff
Music has been a crucial component of social movements throughout history. A thoughtful partnership of musicians, organizers and activists can build a coalition that persuades audiences to action.
As we rebuild and come together once again, we look forward to this conversation that places emphasis on how - the careful considerations and thoughtful relationships that must be in place in order to build long-lasting, impactful justice movements.
This session features Nathaniel Rateliff, musician and founder of The Marigold Project, his foundation to address economic, racial and social justice. Joining Mr. Rateliff are Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson, co-director of Highlander Research & Education Center and Kari Nott, director of The Marigold Project.
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