A brief discussion of what this podcast is about, and how you can get involved. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Hi! Welcome to Reflective Rhythms. My name is Cristina Saltos, I’m a musicologist who studies the ways that we can use music to connect across the boundaries that exist between communities—particularly communities of color—and academia in order to share knowledge and create impactful, lasting change. This podcast has been created with that goal in mind. All of the episodes that you are about to hear are based on the music and human rights interests of communities of color and were created with the intention of starting conversations and finding solutions. I invite you to use this resource in any way you’d like with the young people in your life—whether in the car, the classroom, or on the couch. If you’d like to share how you’ve used this resource and what you think about it, I’d love to hear what you think! Feel free to contact me via the Reflective Rhythms website. I’d also love to know what you’d like to learn more about and welcome any questions, corrections or suggestions you may have. We may not agree on everything, but that’s totally okay. I certainly do not have all the answers and look forward to finding a solution and taking action together. Thanks so much for taking this time to listen to this brief introduction. Enjoy the show—and have fun!