Presented by Morgan Paris Lanza

Throughout hxstory, music and media have been modes for shaping and expressing identity and experience. They are powerful tools for activism and advocacy. In this workshop, we will explore the idea of identity through the lens of intersectionality and look at influential artists throughout hxstory and their contributions to anti-racism/anti-oppression movements. We will explore ways to bring this legacy into the now, discussing artists who still use media as activism and advocacy. Participants will develop media literacy skills for analyzing and creating media.

Morgan Paris Lanza is one of the founders and current Co-Executive Director of Bellingham Rock Camp. Morgan graduated from Fairhaven College in 2015 with an interdisciplinary BA in Music & Society.

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Primary Audience

Youth: School Age (7-12), Teens (13-18)