In this editorial, members of the current Voices team (Journal Editors, Article Editors, Copy Editors, Production Editor) discuss how we can intentionally work beyond representation and towards substantial change when it comes to whose voices and whose knowledge are being amplified through Voices and what that communicates to sharers and receivers of knowledge in the music and health world.
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