Attend Folk Unlocked 'Anti-Racism' Panel

Anti-Racism: Setting a New Tone in Folk Culture

Monday, February 22 | 10 - 10:45 am CT

Don't miss this frank conversation between songsters Dom Flemons and Joe Seamons that will present a framework and set the tone for anti-racism work in our folk community.

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Centering Indigenous Voices

Tuesday, February 23 | 10 - 11:30 am CT

Join this panel of artists and industry as we come together for a vibrant and heartfelt discussion on the need to center and amplify Indigenous voices in cultural spaces, the ways in which Indigenous culture-bearers are leading the movement for social change, and our relationship to the land. How can the community at large not only support and amplify, but actively work towards a centering of Indigenous worldviews in our lives?

Panelists
ShoShona Kish, Indigenous Music Summit (moderator)
DOBBY, Artist
Sara Ajnnak, Artist
Gerald Torres, Yale University
Ruben Esguerra, New Tradition Music
Xiuhtezcatl, Artist

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 Exhibit Hall

Folk Unlocked features over 50 virtual booths in the exhibit hall. Ranging from instrument companies, international export organizations, artists, festivals, booking agents, and community non-profits, be sure to check them out and take time each day to visit these companies that make the folk world unique and enriching.

During booth hours, there will be a Zoom window where you can meet with the exhibitor directly. Booths have a variety of interactive content — videos, polls, downloadable resources, and more.

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