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Monday Feb 20, 2023
Monday Feb 20, 2023
How Lonnie Norwood Uses Music to Teach Black History and Bring this Knowledge to Many
Lonnie Norwood, Director of Africana Studies and Conductor of Englewood Neighborhood Choir and Lincoln Park/DePaul Neighborhood Choir. Profession: Music Educator.
Founded in 1956 and inspired by the burgeoning Civil Rights Movement, Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children’s Choir) is rooted in the belief that music is the most powerful vehicle for fostering mutual understanding and respect between young people of all races, ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds, religions, gender identities, and sexual orientations.
For more than half a century, they have developed programs that embrace the racial and economic diversity of Chicago, making a high-caliber musical education available to any singer who wants it. Accessibility forms the foundation of their signature world-class instruction. Eighty percent of their youth live in low-to-moderate income households, and every year these 4,000+ students participate completely free of charge. Whether they’re just getting started or are already seasoned performers, youth from every corner of the city discover how to make their voices heard through these empowering programs.
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