Singing for Women's Lives in Chile
Keywords:Feminism, Culture, Education, Philosophy, Inequality
AbstractIn an idyllic canyon near Santiago, a group of twelve women were electric with emotion from sharing personal stories and experiences, and, of course, from singing. Deep bonds were forged among participants, few of whom knew each other prior to the workshop. They were there to compose women-identified songs in a setting that alternated between individual and group composition.
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