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Episode 6 – Music & Language – Unavoidable Forms of Magic

First Generation - One of Many 11/10/2020 289 1 5


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    Episode 6 – Music & Language – Unavoidable Forms of Magic
    First Generation - One of Many

What is said to feed the soul and be pure forms of magic? Music & language. They always surround us regardless of where we are, and they serve as a tools for healing and much more. In this episode we discuss the beauty and power of music and language and how they impact us and affect various aspect of our lives and communities. We are joined by Pa Vue and Tray Robinson, who enlighten our relationships with music and language.

Our Guests

Pa Vue

Pa Vue

Pa Vue is a Hmong-American writer, storyteller, and PhD student. She came to the U.S. in 1990 and has worked in higher education for nearly 10 years. She currently studies language and education at University of California, Berkeley. 

Tray Robinson

Tray Robinson

Who claims to have had the wonderful pleasure of working in higher education for the past 25 years which has provided him with so many amazing opportunities. His passion is working with students, as he wants to provide them with the advocacy and support that was given to me when I was a student. His hobbies include reading, writing, dancing, watching movies, playing sports, cycling, and enjoying the company of my husband, family and friends. Currently he is the Director for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at CSU, Chico. 

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