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Where We Belong

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ool of choice because people access music through lete sensory way that they are open to a message—a challenging to receive through a different medium. nre, mixed-media two-human animal striving to d share in their own ways. The content of our music litics and lived experiences—it’s personal, honest

o share with others—we hope that everyone who urity” was our first creation. The anti-war message bass beats and grew out of creative collaboration pect for future generations.

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usic provides a way to learn about ourselves and the world around us. “Where We Belong” illustrates that music is not only

a tool for social change, but it is a way of healing. Music connects us to communities and is an entry point for education, allowing the wall of the stage to come down and letting us create art together, empowering ourselves simply by having the guts to express ourselves first, reach into our own hearts and create something that reflects who we are. Through music, LAL wants to bridge communities and show each other that we have more in common than differences, and though despite the injustices, and there are many, we have to work towards solidarity building and treating each other with dignity.

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