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Art and Activism Workshop

Earlier this year, Judah Adashi received from Johns Hopkins University. The purpose of the grant was twofold: first, to fund a new piece about the unseen violence of solitary confinement in America, specifically the tragic story of Kalief Browder. The second part involved the creation of a biweekly, two-hour workshop, focused on contemporary intersections between music and social justice

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