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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.

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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!

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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. 

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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. 

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Social Stance Saturday: Our Plastic, Our Problem (by Baeilou) by Bri

It's no surprise that the amount of waste humans produce is affecting our environment! Baeilou has a personal attachment to the beach and is sad to see it being treated so poorly. Read her social stance about ocean debris. 

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Social Stance Saturday: They/ Them/ Theirs (By Nikkie McLeod) by Bri

Nikkie McLeod details their life and experiences as a non-binary person and expresses the importance of pronouns. Read their social stance here.

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Social Stance Saturday: Where, Oh Where Have The Libraries Gone? by Bri

Read Bri's Social Stance on public school libraries. 

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