Walking. Germantown. Stretching. Gym in the Apartment.
I Can’t Breath – Garner Family Jarama Valley – Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger En la Plaza de Mi Pueblo – Michele Greene The Abraham Lincoln Brigade – John McCutcheon Asturias – Guardabarranco El Quinto Regimiento – Lila Downs The Bantry Girls’ Lament – Aoife Clancy Garcia e Galan – Uxia Los Quatro Generales – Joel Rafael & Jamaica Rafael Llego Con Tres Heridas – Eliseo Parra Viva la Quinte Brigada – Shay Black & Aoife Clancy Los Marineros – Uxia Taste of Ashes – Laurie Lewis Viva la Quince Brigada – Quetzel Viva La Quinta Brigada – Christie Moore God Bless the Child – Billie Holiday
Walking. Bernheim Forest. Some stretching. Gym in the apartment. Wandering – Peter Kater & R. Carlos Nakai Refugee – Eric Bogle Gourma – Etran Fintawa Running – Keyon Harrold, Andrea Pizziconi & Jasson Harrold (feat. Common & Gregory Porter) Take Me to Cleveland – Robert Neustadt Song to A Refugee – Diana Jones Look in Their Eyes – David Crosby A Safe Place to Land – Sara Bareilles (feat. John Legend) The Refugee – U2 Follow Me – Moxie Raia (feat. Wyclef Jean) In Harm’s Way – Amanda Palmer Prayer of the Refugee – Rise Against Coming to America – K’naan Is This Called Home – Lucy Rose Refugee – Skip Marley Lady of the Harbor – Si Kahn No Human Is Illegal – The Wakes
Walking. Germantown. The Greatest – Sia (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Hands – Various Artists Love Make the World Go Round – Jennifer Lopez & Lin-Manuel Miranda Pulse – Chakra Khan Not Myself – Sharon Van Etten Razade Mi Colores – Ricky Martin I Know a Place – MUNA Misirlou – Kumbia Queers Here in Spirit – Jim James Beautiful Strangers – Kevin Morby Pulse – Mel Hsu Antonio – Bruno Toro God Bless the Children – TT the Artist La Yuta – Dani Umpi Pulse (The City Beautiful) – Zen Fuse Box Pulse – Melissa Etheridge I Am Orlando – Alejandra Ribera
“On June 1, 1921 the Black section of Tulsa, Oklahoma–Greenwood, known as Black Wall Street, where Black migrants from the South had prospered in the city’s oil boom–was burned down by white rioters. The governor called in the National Guard and evacuated Tulsa’s Black population, some 6,000 people, to the city convention center and fairgrounds. Three hundred people are estimated to have been killed. Presbyterians were present during the events leading to the massacre, were present in the midst of them, and are reckoning with them today.”
Strength and core work. Gym in the apartment. NK Body Philosophy. Stretching. Gym in the apartment. Red Dress – Amanda Rheaume (feat. Chantal Kreviazuk) You Got to Run (Spirit of the Wind) – Buffy Sainte-Marie & Tanya Tagaq Run Sister Run – Cass McCombs Sky World Song – Bear Fox (feat. The Turtle Dunks) Through The Flood – Indian City Say Her Name – Bear Fox To All MMIW – Northern Cree Highway of Tears – Layla Zoe The Highway – N’we Jinan Artists, Kitsumkalum First Nation, BC Break the Silence – N’we Jinan Artists, Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation Blackbird – Emma Stevens Pray Sister Pray – Crystal Shawanda Missing You – Joanne Shenandoah Little Star – iskwē acākosīk M.M.I.W. (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women) – Jahkota [feat. LB, Drezus & Cleo Big Eagle]
Strength. Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy. Walking. Germantown. This playlist celebrates the anniversary of Marian Anderson‘s performance on the Lincoln Memorial steps and the birthday of Paul Robeson. By Marian Anderson: My Lord, What a Morning Stille Tränen, Op. 32, No. 10 By Paul Robeson: Shenandoah Deep River Go Down, Moses On My Journey Water Boy The Minstrel Boy Londonderry Air (Danny Boy) Loch Lomond Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho Get on Board Little Children Scandalize My Name Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child Eriskay Love Lilt Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal Mexican Lullaby All Through the Night Jerusalem Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes The Four Rivers John Browns Body The House I Live In Balm in Gilead
Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy. Oscar Romero – Dafydd Iwan Romero – The Project El Salvador – Peter, Paul & Mary El Salvador – Christy Moore No Mas! – John McCutcheon Archbishop Oscar Romero Memorial – Fran Schultz Oscar Romero – Garth Hewitt Oscar Romero – Brotes de Olivo Oscar Romero – Richard Gilpin El Padre Antonio Y Su Monaguillo Andrés – Rubén Blades Euology to Oscar Romero – Jean-Luc Ponty
Grateful to my friend Elisabeth Sophie Lee for this important post. Here are a couple quotes:
“It is heartbreaking to know that people have to be murdered in order for attention to be brought on anti-Asian racism.”
“To my non-AAPI friends: I ask that you educate yourselves by listening to our stories and donating and supporting our businesses, publications and organizations. Share resources on your platforms no matter how small or large your audience is. Call out racist remarks and microaggressions because when you fail to stand up, it is only further normalized. Check up on your Asian American friends — ask us what you can do, how we are feeling, but also give us space if we need it. It is one thing to see your outward support on social media, but it is another to really feel it through a text, a call or a meeting”
This information comes from the HANA Center in Chicago. Most events are virtual so one can participate from anywhere.
As we continue to grieve the violent loss of 8 lives in Atlanta, including 6 Asian American women, we would like to share the following list of community calls and vigils over the next few days in response to this tragedy.
Press Conference and Rally to denounce anti-Asian racialized misogyny, held by NAPAWF Chicago Chapter, HANA Center, HEART Women & Girls, Apna Ghar, and KAN-WIN: Click here to watch the recording
Immigrant Rights Movement cross-community dialogue, hosted by NAKASEC, the UndocuBlack Network and United We Dream: Friday, March 19th at 7pm CT — Click here to RSVP
Solidarity Prayer Vigil with Asian, Black, Latinx, and inter-faith community groups of UCCRO: Saturday, March 20th at 11am CT — Click here to RSVP(*Please note that the time of this event has been changed from 1pm to 11am CT)
Virtual Vigil hosted by Asian American Caucus, HANA Center, and other Chicago-area organizations: Saturday, March 20th at 1pm CT — Click here to RSVP
Prayer Vigil (held in Korean) hosted by the Chicago Korean Sanctuary Church Network: Sunday, March 21st at 7:00pm CT — To inquire, please email email@example.com
The Rev. Delia Leal is the regional coordinator for the Women’s Ministry program in Mexico and Central America with the Protestant Center for Pastoral Studies in Central America (CEDEPCA). Delia has exercised the role of educator, has provided pastoral accompaniment, and has promoted women’s rights, primarily in Cobán, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. Through her work, she has shown a genuine interest in the entire well-being of girls, teenage girls, young and adult women in Guatemala.
Her colleagues report that Delia is detained by the police in a private hospital in Coban. Prayers are requested for her release and vindication. Thanks are extended to all who have written. Her colleagues also report that Delia is encouraged by all the support she is receiving from people around the world. Please add your prayers.
Thanks to Karla Ann Koll for sharing this story of Delia’s visit to the United States in the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s International Peacemaker Program in 2017.