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A transcript of Rock, Comedy & Revolution

Eleanor Goldfield

A recent tawk hosted by comedian and activist Lee Camp ( and myself on the topics of rock, comedy & revolution.

In short, no significant socio-political change has EVER taken place without the involvement and the engagement of pop culture. My generation has to lead this effort for change through creative activism. Whatever it is that you're passionate about, parallel that with positive change. Make a difference, however small. Pay attention.
Think. React. Do Something.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Hey Elenor do you have the specific link? This just goes to the homepage. Would love to see it!

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        I liked this quote from you: "Artists will write from inside, so fill yourself with the reality around you, fill yourself with what's going on in this world, and let that be a catalyst." I'll be honest though, I had a hard time following the convo. Is tawkers like live tweeting?

        • Eleanor Goldfield

          A bit. It's supposed to be more of a live chat. The problem is when you begin answering a question and then the other host spotlights a question, you start cross-talking. It was my first tawk and I got over-eager, most likely :)
          Planning more, however, so we'll see if I can make a point to tighten it up more.