New Song Library at Work

New Song Library at Work

A singer and storyteller sang songs from NSL about disabilities at an accessibility arts festival in Amherst, Mass.
The Unitarian Universalist Association found songs through NSL for a nationally distributed curriculum on racial justice used with seventh and eighth graders.
Participants in a Spring Hill Center weekend for adult children of alcoholics used songs from NSL to help them deal with their feelings and experiences.
National Public Radio called NSL for a song on animal rights for a feature on All Things Considered.
Arts with Heart, a performers’ cooperative, came to NSL to get songs for their Hunger Awareness program put on in several Long Island communities.
A music teacher from South Hadley, Mass. used NSL to prepare a curriculum for Black History Month.
A singer in Washington, D.C., called NSL to check on the words to a song she wanted to sing at a rally about Central America.
NSL was a major resource for the creation of the sing-along song book Rise Up Singing¬†and Rise Again available on the Annie Patterson and Peter Blood’s web site.
A professor at Santa Cruz University school of education got material for teaching teachers how to use music in teaching history.
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