Ar muzikoje išgirstame žmogaus teises?

Ar queer muzika tampa vis labiau populiari? Kaip muzika įvairiais istoriniais laikotarpiais buvo naudojama perteikti progresyvioms idėjoms? Ar muziką įmanoma atsieti nuo politikos? Apie tai ir daugiau šiame epizode.

Šaltiniai:

  1. Music as a human right, Freemuse
  2. Global Women in Music for Human Rights, Stands up 4 human rights
  3. Musicians for human rights
  4. When Feminism Meets Music: Great Songs That Sample Radical Speech, Pitchfork
  5. The evolution of American protest music, Vox
  6. How sign language innovators are bringing music to the deaf, Vox
  7. Eurovision fandom and how sexuality is embraced on social media, The Conversation
  8. Eurovision 2018: Exploring the LGBTQ+ community’s love of the song contest with Saara Aalto, Conchita Wurst and super fans. Independent
  9. The anatomy of Taylor Swift’s new “Style”, Vox
  10. Bob Dylan Wins Nobel Prize, Redefining Boundaries of Literature, The New York Times
  11. Music business ‘feminism’ is little more than branding. Just ask Kesha, The Guardian
  12. 6 Feminist Musicians To See Live This Year, The Good Trade
  13. Why the US national anthem is terrible — and perfect, Vox
  14. Coachella generates 107 tons of solid waste each day. About 20% of it gets recycled., Desert Sun
  15. Coachella – sustainability
  16. Music and Human Rights, Morag Josephine Grant
  17. Music: A Human Right?, Sound on Sound
  18. Protest and Music, Sumangala Damodaran
  19. The history of American protest music, from “Yankee Doodle” to Kendrick Lamar, Vox
Eitvydas Zurba

LGBT+ teisės, feminizmas, lyčių studijos.

Giedrė Šėmytė

Žmogaus teisės ir technologijos, žmogaus teisių komunikacija

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