PROTEST – Ella Wheeler Wilcox

To sin by silence, when we should protest, Makes cowards out of men. The human race Has climbed on protest. Had no voice been raised Against injustice, ignorance, and lust, The inquisition yet would serve the law, And guillotines decide our least disputes. The few who dare, must speak and speak again To right the wrongs of many. Speech, thank God, No vested power in … Continue reading PROTEST – Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Melting feminism, religion and revolution with folk music: Anusheh Anadil

Skeptic, rebel, mother, lover, dreamer, poet, designer, singer. Anusheh’s search for an understanding of the world has brought her close to the music, art, and philosophy that lie at the roots of her birthplace. Bangladesh’s powerful folks arts and spirituality have become the canvas for Anusheh’s musical and artistic journey. Vocal and guitar support: Palki Ahmad [This talk is recorded on September 21st 2013 at … Continue reading Melting feminism, religion and revolution with folk music: Anusheh Anadil