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MUSE, Cincinnati's Women's Choir--Rise Up All You Warriors of Love
MUSE 5/5/22 at Seasongood Pavilion
MUSE presents–Rise Up All You Warriors of Love; Songs for a Silent Epidemic: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women; with special guests Lyla June Johnston and Leilani Clark
Songs for a silent epidemic: Missing and Murdered Indigeneious Women MMIW
MUSE with Indigenous guest artist Lyla June and Afro-Indegenous guest artist Leilani Clark
Thursday, May 5, 2022
Seasongood Pavilion at Eden Park
1600 Art Museum Dr
FREE Admission to all events--concert, talks, and service learning project.
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May 5--Concert at Seasongood Pavilion: MUSE, Cincinnati's Women's Choir in partnership with Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition (GCNAC), featuring Lyla June Johnston and Leilani Clark and Sage the Renegade opening.
May 6--Workshop with presenter Leilani Clark at Peaslee Neighborhood Center (215 E 14th St, Cincinnati, OH 45202). “Why We Wear Red: An Introductory Workshop on Missing Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) & Missing Murdered Indigenous Persons/Relatives (MMIP/R)"
May 7--Service Learning Project and Workshop with presenter Lyla June Johnston at McKie Recreation Center in Northside (1655 Chase Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223) "Architects of Abundance: Indigenous Food Systems and the Excavation of Hidden History". Work in the gardens from 10am-12pm. Workshop begins at 12:30pm.
Cincinnati, OH 45202