Social Stance Saturday
Social Stance Saturday: What is Feminism? (by Miss Geo) by Bri
Does music provoke you? Does it help you form thoughts about yourself and society? Boston- based indie-electronic pop group, Miss Geo, have an amazing Social Stance blog post that explores the ideas of feminism in music and how their own identities as musicians are formed, and the ways the word "feminism" is changed by society. Read more now, and get inspired by these powerful women who are rising above societal norms and breaking stereotypes, all while being talented, working musicians.
Social Stance Saturday: I Have Depression (by Katie Rose) by Bri
Did you know that September is National Suicide Prevention Month? If you or someone you know needs a reminder of all of the resources that are out there, read this social stance by Katie Rose. She is a singer/songwriter and musician from Charleston, South Carolina, and she has battled depression. Her social stance is filled with resources and just a shoulder to lean on to remind us we're not alone.
Social Stance Saturday: The Power of Music (by The Shades) by Bri
How does music inspire you? Does it make you feel powerful? For the Chicago-based acoustic pop band, The Shades, their love for music expands far beyond themselves. They have paired up with Guitars Over Guns, an organization that uses music to mentor and strengthen their community. Read the inspirational story now!
Social Stance Saturday: All For One and... None For All (by Red Moses of Callow) by Bri
Inspired by real life events, San Francisco duo, Callow's upcoming album explores the frustrations faced by everyday people in society. People who are simply struggling to make ends meet, and make up a large percentage of society, are being squashed under the feet of the wealthy, who make up a much smaller percentage of society. Read Red Moses's Social Stance about the prblematic wage gap.This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
The Vegan Guy in the Band: Social Stance Saturday (by Jim O'Ferrell from The J.O.B.) by Bri
Being vegan is more than just a choice, it is a lifestyle. And for Jim O'Ferrel of Richmond, VA rock band, The J.O.B., it is a lifestyle he maintains while being out on the road with his band. Read his social stance now and gain VIP access to how he maneuvers through fast food restaurants, bar-food menus and more!This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
Social Stance Saturday: It's Okay to Not Be Okay (by Bri Bondy) by Bri
Whether you have anxiety that affects your everyday life or you are a support system for someone else, you are not alone. This social stance is about how anxiety can creep up on you, or even fester for a while, and how to cope with it. Read more for steps on how to once and for all work on improving your mental health or support someone on their journey, because it's really important.This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
Social Stance Saturday: Loss (by Harp Samuels) by Bri
Harp Samuels, a Melbourne-based singer/songwriter, has a new ambient-folk album titled Breathe, out September 14. This is an album created in the aftermath of his father's death. Already having lost his mother over a decade ago, Samuels is no stranger to loss, and his Social Stance is a great example of how real and strange losing a loved one can be. Read it now.This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
Social Stance Saturday: Your Vote is Your Voice (by Nickel&Rose) by Bri
Every day people are fighting for representation. Nickel&Rose know this, and that is why they are talking about it in their Social Stance. Read it now!This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
Social Stance Saturday: Go With the Flow: How Climate Change Impacts Your Everyday Life (by James Rose) by Bri
Could you imagine an EP titled Lullabies to the Ocean having nearly the same meaning if there were no oceans to serenade? The beauties of nature often inspire art, and James Rose is no exception. Read the social stance here.This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
Social Stance Saturday: How Art and History Give a Voice to the Voiceless (by Rebekah Rolland) by Bri
Selected as an artist-in-residence for the National Park Service Centennial, Rebekah Rolland spent several weeks at Homestead National Monument working on her debut record, Seed & Silo. Her album is out now, and her experiences have inspired her to take a stance for Social Stance Saturday. Read about it now!This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
Social Stance Saturday: It's Just a Haircut (by Mackenzie Shivers) by Bri
Mackenzie Shivers is a musician, songwriter, and a woman why has battled opposition for not being "feminine". Read about her experiences with gender inequality in this Social Stance Saturday post.This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
Social Stance Saturday: Drop Your Weapons (by Karla Kane) by Bri
Karla Kane is a solo artist, a part of the band The Corner Laughers, a proud feminist, a mother, and now a GLG Social Stance Saturday participant. Read her Social Stance on gun control now.This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.
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