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Music & human dignity

February 17th, 2021

To advocate for musical work in the Downtown Eastside, and elsewhere in the world, as a means to promote human rights and development of the poor, Klisala Harrison has written Music Downtown Eastside: Human Rights & Capability Development Through Music in Urban Poverty (Oxford Univ. Press $29.95). A former graduate of U of Vic’s Music History program in 1997, Harrison now holds a PhD and has held positions at Columbia University and UBC. She is currently a Research Fellow at the University of Helsinki, Finland. 978-0-19-753507-3

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