Spend the afternoon listening to Trillium-239 at the Mary Olson Farm!
Songs can be more than music—they can act as powerful tools for changing society. Acoustic trio Trillium-239 highlights notable social movements from the past 150 years that have been powered by song. Music has helped efforts to end slavery, secure voting rights, shorten wars, and promote civil rights, and provided a way to enact and document other social changes. The process continues today, focusing messages and providing rallying cries for activism and protest. Hear the surprising stories behind some familiar songs, listen to a few rare old songs, and feel the power of a good sing-along.
This event is sponsored by Humanities Washington's Speakers Bureau program. Find out more about our free, public events across Washington State at www.humanities.org.