Join members of the Resistance Revival Chorus to talk about the role of arts in activism, both from a historical perspective and the ways in which current activists are employing art in their causes. The Chorus is made up of womxn and non-binary singers, representing a multitude of identities, professions, creative backgrounds, and activist causes, who join together to breathe joy and song into the resistance. The RRC uses art and music to call for justice and equity for womxn across racial, ethnic, economic, sexual identity and religious lines. This will be a panel discussion with several members of the chorus – audience questions and participation is encouraged!
This event is part of MLK Week: January 14 – 20, 2023.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Week (MLK Week) is a platform for engaging students, faculty, trainees, staff, and community members in critical conversations around race and contemporary civil rights issues in America. MLK Week 2023 host a series of events exploring the reverend’s complex ideas on the meaning of love, and together we’ll examine the strength needed to choose it when faced with hatred and division.
MLK Week 2023 is planned in partnership with various organizations across the University of Utah and sponsored by and