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Webinar – Jazz as a Performance of Human Rights

In building up to the 2021 edition of International Jazz Day, the SPIN Foundation hosted its inaugural dialogue series, the first of which examined the role of Performing Arts as a tool for social agency in the fight for human dignity. With a panel of strong, influential women artists, the key objective was to centralize the contribution black women have made in conscientizing society of the urgent necessity to rally behind human rights advocacy. This first instalment hopes to stimulate new ways of thinking about the role of Art as a conduit for human rights awareness.

Please feel free to enjoy the beautifully curated playlist that was a part of today’s amazing dialogue:

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