From the Songs of #MeToo project
Sometimes it takes time to stand up for oneself.
Li Meiling left her home country of China, but that doesn’t mean she can leave home. Her family has a long reach.
To make it easier to say goodbye in the morning, Marieke Slovin and her father would wave to each other through the windows of the preschool building.
Utah and Colorado: Hazel Delehey and friends are hiking for miles and Hazel has fallen ill. She and her friends call themselves the “Stoke Train” to keep them going.
Hannah Batley thought she was lost, slipping off into the margins, and then events suggested otherwise.
This song is part of the Songs of #MeToo project.
Malcolm Brooks sees something in a meditation that he doesn’t understand. Hannah Batley says, “It’s a song.” And so it was.
“Show Up” is about wanting to live life untarnished by fear or doubt