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OurSong, After the Tour

Posted on: June 8th, 2017 by Keith Harding GALA Articles 1 Comment

It took me a long time to use the word “Y’all”. I was adamant. It was significant to me. I wasn’t southern. I couldn’t be … although I was born in Texas and spent most of my life in Alabama. My parents are from California, San José, nonetheless. This is why I don’t have a […]

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OurSong, During the Tour

Posted on: June 4th, 2017 by Kimberly Waters GALA Articles 2 Comments

During the week leading to the OurSong Georgia Tour, I was very excited to be traveling to different cities in Georgia to perform such a powerful concert. I feel that we have a strong, but loving message to share with people who may not understand the importance of being a part of a group that […]

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OurSong, Before the Tour

Posted on: May 25th, 2017 by Traci Munson GALA Articles 2 Comments

I can’t believe it happened! I woke up Wednesday morning and my 9 year old daughter and I immediately turn on the television. She’s in tears and I’m in total shock. Hillary Clinton has lost the election and Donald Trump is our President Elect and will be the President of the United States in January. […]

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Moving the Needle

Posted on: May 24th, 2017 by Thea Kano GALA Articles 2 Comments

  Less than one week after the National Equality March for Pride and Unity, 100 members of GMCW and our staff will board buses and head out on our first Southern Equality Tour. In the four days we are on the road we’ll travel through six states (North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and Virginia), […]

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SWC Member Joins Doctors Without Borders

Posted on: March 21st, 2017 by Brian Metz GALA Articles No Comments

After a career in data programming, analysis and education, Ann Wunderlin is leaving the University of Washington, the Seattle Women’s Chorus—and the country. A briefing in New York, followed by another briefing in Berlin will see her off to the city of Kulob, the third-largest city in the former Soviet republic of Tajikistan. There, under […]

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Showing Up for Art

Posted on: March 8th, 2017 by Emily McSpadden GALA Articles No Comments

During this time of enormous political change, many of us are wondering how to best devote our efforts and focus toward action. Some have made phone calls to representatives, others have gotten on busses to D.C., and so many have marched in cities around the country and the world, with all of us still feeling […]

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Trans Opera

Posted on: March 6th, 2017 by Jane Ramseyer Miller GALA Articles No Comments

Nothing like art to stir conversation and dialogue! Opera companies around the world are performing a chamber opera (As One) that premiered in 2014 exploring the life of a transgender woman. The libretto was co-written by Kimberly Reed, drawing from her own experience as a trans woman. In the original production, the lead role was […]

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