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The Power of Song

In honor of the third anniversary of the Solidarity Sing Along. There is power in a song. Music can change the world. Art in its myriad forms can change the world. It can threaten the status quo and instill fear … Continue reading

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Candlelight

When I arrived at the candlelight vigil for Trayvon Martin there was one other person there, a young African-American male who asked my name and then introduced himself as Ibraham, the Muslim variation of the Judeo-Christian prophet Abraham. Shortly two … Continue reading

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Oneness

I beat a drum that beats hundreds of miles away. My heart beats with it. I am one with it. I sing a song with brothers and sisters in another land. Our voices harmonize across the distance. We are separated … Continue reading

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