Mindi Griffiths interviews Angelica Pray, a singer/songwriter from Portland, Oregon, whose unique style is described as “musique for self-governed gelfling-gangster hybrids”. She is also a non-violent communications teacher with Oregon Prison Project at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility and the sister of a prisoner who suffers the effects of long-term solitary confinement. Angelica will be sharing a different kind of love song "A Poem For My Brother” about his resilience after 5 years in solitary. Join us as we celebrate Angelica’s music, discuss the far reaching benefits of non-violent communication training, and the lasting horrors of solitary confinement behind the razor wire.
Angelica Pray~A Song for My Brother
Mon, 06/13/2016 - 6:30pm to 7:00pm