"This is a project about place and the particular knowledge tied to it, emerging from it, and guiding our relations to it. It is a project very much about who-knows-what-where, so where we are is foundationally important. The 'where' of these conversations is the ancestral homeland of the Beothuk and Mi'kmaq."
Mary Cohen and Stuart Duncan, co-authors of "Music-Making in U.S. Prisons: Listening to Incarcerated Voices", discuss the history of music-making in prisons and the role that music could play in tearing down unjust prison systems moving forward.