Join us for an afternoon of conversation, spoken word, and music with Lyla June Johnston, Sky Road Webb and Jaune Evans. Lyla June was a recent Refuge for Activists Fellow at the Mesa Refuge and was a presenter at the Geography of Hope: Ancestors & the Land conference in March. We are honored to welcome her back to Point Reyes Station to share her inspiration and wisdom with us. Lyla June’s offering of acoustic songs, hip-hop, poetry and personal story heal the heart and inspire the spirit. Her messaging focuses on Native American issues/rights/philosophy, intercultural reconciliation, European indigenous identity, freedom from addiction, and sustainable living practices. With every word Lyla June strives to invoke the urgency of love, beauty, unity and freedom. Her poetry, music and message have been honored nationally and internationally for its allegiance to non-violence, women’s health, faith and forgiveness. This event helps support the Miwok Music Project at Sound Orchard.
$10-$50 sliding scale. Find out more and register for the event on the Black Mountain Circle website.
The Dance Palace
503 B Street
Point Reyes Station, CA