One of the founding voices of Hip Hop, an astonishing songwriter and singer, and a wise voice, Lauryn Hill gives a rare interview on NPR. Hill has a lot to say to any of us who care about the spoken and sung word, and she shares her message with unflinching eloquence in her performances and her reflections on her work. Check it out.
The TLA Network
supports individuals and organizations that promote forms of the spoken, written, and sung word as a tool for personal and communal transformation. We offer an annual conference, The Power of Words; online classes; a global community-building project, One City One Prompt; a scholarly and professional journal, Chrysalis, and more.
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What is TLA?
Transformative Language Arts is an emerging field, profession, and calling focused on changing the world through our words. Transformative Language Artists draw on creative writing, storytelling, singing, performance and more for community building, social change, ecological and spiritual activism, as well as personal and collective healing.