Forced to become a soldier as a child in Sudan, Emmanuel Jal was eventually rescued. He now uses his experience to deliver a message of peace through music.
Eboo Patel is the co-founder of the IFYC, an organization that strives to turn interfaith into a high-energy, service-oriented way of being together.
Students Maurice Young, Janeya Cunningham, and Razia Hutchins sparked a movement against violence in Chicago based on principles they learned in a class.
Black Lives Matter is an movement that emerged out of the series of killings of unarmed blacks by police officers over the past two years.
Bree Newsome is a young activist who removed the Confederate flag at the South Carolina Capitol Building after the shooting at a historical Black church.
In this final article of our 2015 Music Festival series, we feature songs of peace and nonviolence from Bob Dylan, Tracy Chapman, India Arie, & Xavier Rudd.
We continue our festival theme by celebrating music that inspires hope and taking action; featuring music by Pete Seeger, Jan Krist, and David LaMotte.
Our music fest theme continues with anti-war music by Eric Bogle, John McCutchen, Paul McCartney, and Carl Nielsen in honor of the 100th anniversary of WWI.
This week we’re featuring anti-war themed music from the Jackson Browne, Rolling Stones, Karim Wasfi, and Vedran Smajlović.
This week, we use music to remember the devastation of the bombings of Hiroshima & Nagasaki and the unbelievable destruction and anguish caused by war.