Tracks on Repeat
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Keywords

Black aesthetics
Black clients
Black clinicians
Black expression(s)
Black creative resistance
racial oppression
racialized violence
(re)imagining care

How to Cite

Williams, B. (2021). Tracks on Repeat. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, 21(1). https://doi.org/10.15845/voices.v21i1.3227

Abstract

At the time of this writing, the world is in the throes of a global pandemic. COVID-19 has reached every corner of the world. The impact has been devastating across individual and collective contexts. This autoethnographic poessay is a creative exploration of a Black woman’s experience(s) of living in and through COVID-19 and enduring racial oppression. It weaves between time, space and place recognizing the interconnectedness of the personal, professional, and social-cultural. This piece intentionally amplifies, and grapples with, emergent and conflicting tensions without seeking to resolve them.

https://doi.org/10.15845/voices.v21i1.3227
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