Collective Musical Activism: Son La Lucha Uses Traditional Mexican Music as Catalyst for Social Justice

Son La Lucha

Combining a grassroots approach to social justice issues with a traditional style of Mexican music, Son La Lucha is a collective of activists who amass community gatherings and political protests through their music. The collective, which can span from 5-30 people at any given time, specializes in a specific regional style of folk music and dance called son jarocho. Learn more with contributing writer Charlie Maybee, including the distinct approach Son La Lucha uses to get their message across without releasing music for profit.

Amanda Cunningham’s EP Release and Benefit to Support Warrior Music Foundation

Amanda Cunningham "From the Chair"

More to Watch By Kimberly Shires Check out Amanda Cunningham’s benefit and EP release show on October 17, 2021, at Crooked Run Brewery in Sterling, VA. Amanda Cunningham’s debut EP “From the Chair” is just around the corner. Come out to party and help raise money for the Warrior Music Foundation‘s mission to serve active-duty military, veterans, and their […]