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YouTube Videos
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2021-06-02T14:21:22.000Z
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147
Video Title:
ASL Interpreted – Music for the Moment: An Asian American Offering
Description:
This special one-hour program features Asian American women musicians and performers who draw on different deep cultural heritages and contemporary genres--from performance art and ritual, to hip-hop, rock, and singer-songwriter pop. Music heals and reveals. It anchors us to the toughest of realities while also letting loose our imaginations. For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we are honored to feature Dohee Lee, Ruby Ibarra, June Millington, and MILCK, with a special message from activist Amanda Nguyen. Music for the Moment: An American American Offering is co-presented by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, and the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. ACCESSIBILITY: Live, real-time captioning and American Sign Language interpretation were available for this program premiere.
Video Duration:
45 min 11 sec
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