Music and Poetry Synchronized
MAPS strives to foster a community of inclusion and support for all and we want to stand in solidarity with our Black and Brown students, educators, administrators, and community members.
We see you, we hear you and we want you to know:
your lives matter to us all; your future matters; your safety matters.
We will continue to implement anti-racist and culturally responsible practices within the MAPS programs and organization as we equitably grow and learn together.
We need music, poetry and all the arts now more than ever and will continue working to nourish our communities through elevating the voices of those most marginalized.
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“The music aspect of it is kind of like…pick some chords, throw them together on a keyboard or guitar…then start adding harmonies, and that’s about it. It’s like writing any other song–just with words that aren’t your own.”