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American musician Toshi Reagon, known for her work in folk, blues, rock and funk music, will perform with her band BigLovely at The Arts Center, NYU Abu Dhabi on November 2.
11 Knowledge management in Khoo, 2005; Mahmood, 2002; libraries Reagon, 2005 2.
Morgan, Boniface, and Reagon (2016) suggest that professionals working in this area should attend to the complex nature of disability and ensure a holistic view of the person served, both at the time of the design project and in the future.
Como senalo Bernice Johnson Reagon en su presentacion en el Festival de Musica de Mujeres de la Costa Oeste de 1981, el siglo xx esta marcado por desarrollos tecnologicos que comportan la "posibilidad de asegurarse de que ningun ser humano quede fuera de su alcance", que conducen a "el fin de una era en la que tener un espacio que sea 'solo tuyo', solo para la gente que quieras que este en el" (REAGON, 1983, pag.
Along similar lines, Bernice Johnson Reagon insisted that the most dynamic aspects of the freedom songs are the specifics of their usage in the movement itself, rather than abstract study of the "work" itself (Bernice Johnson Reagon, "Songs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1955-1956: A Study in Culture History" [Ph.
But Miller is also a keen collaborator with the likes of Toshi Reagon and plays with musical icons such as Natalie Merchant, Ani DiFranco, and Brandi Carlile.
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2015 New York Dance and Performance Awards have gone to: Pavel Zustiak (Juried Bessie Award); Storyboard P (Outstanding Emerging Choreographer); Steve Paxton (Lifetime Achievement); Movement Research (Outstanding Service to the Field); Justin Peck's Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes, Roger Guenveur Smith's Rodney King, David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group's I Understand Everything Better, and Dorrance Dance with Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely's The Blues Project (Outstanding Production); Alexei Ratmansky's The Sleeping Beauty (Outstanding Revival); Ivy Baldwin dancer Lawrence Cassella, Mark Morris Dance Group's Lauren Grant and New York City Ballet's Amar Ramasar (Sustained Achievement in Performance); and Kota Yamazaki dancer Ryoji Sasamoto and freelancer Melissa Toogood (Outstanding Performance).
Research examining the effectiveness of VM has included familiar and unfamiliar peers, siblings, and adults as video models (D'Ateno, Mangiapanello, & Taylor, 2003; Reagon, Higbee, & Endicott, 2006).
No obstante, cuando los activistas afroestadounidenses volvieron a aprender I Shall Not Be Moved de unos activistas blancos veteranos del movimiento laboral, tuvieron que ser persuadidos por estos blancos de que era necesario cambiar el "yo" por un "nosotros", para enfatizar que esta era una lucha colectiva, y no individual, esto segun Bernice Johnson Reagon, conocida experta sobre el canto afroestadounidense y exintegrante de los Freedom Singers (25).
Yet, intersectional scholars have long argued that contextualized systems of domination must be studied for a fully intersectional understanding of experience (Collins, 1990/2010; Combahee River Collective, 1977/2010; Davis, 1983; Glenn, 2002; hooks, 1984; Jordan, 1985/2010; Mohanty, 2006; Reagon, 1983; Shields, 2008; Warner, 2008).
By chance, she ended up attending a concert of Sweet Honey in the Rock, an a cappella ensemble of African- American women, and then met the group's founder, Bernice Johnson Reagon, backstage.