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Black Spirituals and Protest Songs

Singing for Personal and Social Liberation

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Hosted by 

Barre Center for Buddhist Studies

From the Organizer:

Join Melanie Harris and Joshuah Brian Campbell for this program that invites participants into an exploration of liberation through the history of movement songs, Buddhist meditation, active listening, and being with the sacred tradition of African American Spirituals.

Barre Center for Buddhist Studies  is the host of this event. Please contact them with any questions.

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