This is a video of the Health Activism panel discussion that took place at the "Bring It Back, Take It Forward" three-day conference held on Friday, March 12 through Sunday, March 14 in Ann Arbor. This conference was sponsored by the School of Social Work in recognition of 50 years of activism in Southeastern Michigan. Panelists include: Dr. James C. Mitchiner, Dr. Andrew Zweifler and Carrie Rheingans with moderator Odile Hugonot Haber, RN
One feature of North Indian Classical music is the rhythm. These rhythms, often based on a 16-beat cycle called the tintaal, are driven by drums and Indian percussion instruments. Learn more about the drums, beats, and traditions of North Indian (or Hindustani) classical music when drummer, percussionist, and composer Dan Piccolo visits the Downtown Library at 2 pm on Saturday, April 25. He will demonstrate the tabla drums and lead interactive exercises in exploring music.
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