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Saturday, February 17, 2024

Setlist from Feb 16 Songs in Your Body On This Land @ Studio 331, NKB

Here are the songs we sang at the BIPOC+Mixed Race sing Songs In Our Bodies On This Land at Studio 331 (Rosy Simas Danse) in the Northrup-King Building on Friday night, February 16, 2024 with links to online recordings for your at-home remembering pleasure.
  1. Gather / We Are Not Alone (Joanna Laws Landis)
  2. Do You Feel? Do You Heal? (Words: Spirit)
  3. Smash/layer up: I did not come here alone (The Peace Poets) + We breath together / Stop the occupation (adrienne maree brown)
  4. Loosen, Loosen (Aly Halpert)
  5. Stay soft (Samantha Rise)
  6. Armor (Ahlay Blakely)
  7. Refrain from Life (unknown) - led by Rama
  8. Stop outsourcing your self-worth (Liz Digitale Anderson, based on a quote by Logan Ury on the We Can Do Hard Things podcast)
  9. I am free in my body (Shireen Amini)
Thank you to the crew who sang with us! The right people were there, tenderness, grit, and support were shared. Community was tended. This is part of the dream Liz and Conie are working towards!

Special thanks to Rosy Simas Danse for hosting us and offering Conie B a transdisciplinary artist space residency for the week.  Deep gratitude to Rebekah, the studio manager, and George for taking photos (coming soon)!

It takes more than desire to keep this BIPOC song circle going. Your contributions, energetic, trades, and financial, are welcome and needed! If you missed the big blue-green tip jar, contributions can be sent through Paypal or Venmo or a check can be mailed to P.O. Box 11791, St. Paul, MN 55111.

The next Songs in Our Bodies On this Land will be Friday, March 8, 2024 in Studio 240 in the Northrup-King Building (another Rosy Simas Danse space).  After that Liz and I are imagining we'll be back at the river starting in April.  Stay tuned here or signup for the "Soul Songs BIPOC/Mixed Singing Space" list here.  

Keep singing and stay warm, hydrated and creative!

Love, Liz and Conie, a.k.a. Good Trouble

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