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.
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.
This week we present musical calls for social justice of past generations that stand the test of time and still ring true today. Featuring Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Carrie Newcomer; and Bruce Cockburn.
This week we focus on the inspiring music supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, featuring songs by Common & John Legend, J. Cole, and Alicia Keys.