NY Times: Women Fighting Sexism in Jazz Have a Voice. And Now, a Code of Conduct.April 30, 2018 / No Comments
Over the past year a steady stream of public testimonials from female jazz musicians has made clear what most already knew privately: Sexism and harassment are deeply ingrained in the improvised-music world.
The We Have Voice Collective, a new group of female and non-binary musicians in jazz and experimental music, plans to release a Code of Conduct on Tuesday that aims to build upon the conversations sparked by jazz’s own #MeToo movement, clearly articulating what a more equitable workplace might look like and setting expectations for change.
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