In this free workshop with Musician-Educator Eduardo Mendonça, learn how to use the arts as a tool of liberation and incorporate the lenses of Race and Social Justice as essential instruments to helps us reflect on identity as anti-racist, humanizing individuals working for social justice.
Tuesday, April 18th at KBC Room 201-202 from 5:30-7:30 pm
Eduardo Mendonça began his professional life as a teacher and high school principal, but the lure of the stage was irresistible. He won several awards as a songwriter in Brazil and performed widely throughout the country. A native of the city of Salvador in the state of Bahia, Eduardo has a deep knowledge of Afro-Brazilian traditions. Here in the United States, he has found a way to combine his love of performing with his skills as a professional educator. Eduardo is also Music Director for iBuildBridges Foundation.
Please RSVP! There is no charge for this workshop, though you are welcome to donate online HERE or bring cash or check to the workshop.