From the Students

“What did you learn that can apply to your life?”

  • “I learned to appreciate everyone.”
  • “I now have a better sense of social justice.”
  • “I learned the songs, dances and to speak out if you love something. Don’t be shy, just do it!”
  • “Stop, think, choose peace! And to respect everything. All life is sacred.”
  • “That I should be kind to myself and appreciate mother earth.”
  • “I learned to love the world.”

“What was your favorite part of the program?”

  • “The Civil Rights Movement Unit because I like learning about people who helped freedom come.”
  • “The song “We Who Believe in Freedom” because it was cheerful and inspirational.
  • “Listening to the Native American Triple Flute because it was so peaceful.”
  • “The instruments because they fascinate me.”
  • “The dancing because you feel so connected.”
  • “My favorite part was the end – because we performed and it was fun teaching kids to “Stop, Think, Choose Peace”!!
  • “My favorite part is movement because it makes me laugh.”
  • “People had fun. I could see it!”
 
 
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Where We've Been

Beverly J. Martin Elementary School
Fall Creek Elementary School
South Hill Elementary School
Lansing Elementary School
Trumansburg Middle School
Stepping Stones Preschool
Ramsey Elementary, Middle and High School (Ramsey, NJ)
BOCES Arts Educator Conference
Unitarian Church of Ithaca
University United Methodist Church (Syracuse, NY)
Grassroots Music Festival (Trumansburg, NY)
Ithaca Festival
Martin Luther King Jr Day Events
Sage Chapel, Cornell University
Sofia University (Palo Alto, CA)