Black Indigenous healing practices are integral in the musical care of Black communities but often displaced within health discourse. Join BMTN in conversation with Adenike Webb, CharCarol Fisher, Jasmine Edwards, Natasha Thomas, and myself (discussant) centering the history, significance, and liberatory function of music-based Black Indigenous healing practices. Explore its contribution to the health and whole-being of Black communities--how they have helped us get free, deepened our capacity to heal and be healed, and devised new worlds. Register at www.blackmtnetwork.org or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is sponsored by a grant from the Musical Care International Network through the Policy Support Fund (UK Research and Innovation), administered by Royal College of Music, London UK.