Today’s Eco-Music Monday comes from a supportive friend to the North, Meg Holden. Dr. Holden is an urban studies and geography professor at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada (and hopefully a future collaborator).
Meg says Good to be Alive Today by Michael Franti and Spearhead “is a low key and patient but relentlessly optimistic song that accounts for all of the reasons to fear the present and future, but does not let go.”
Listen, Enjoy, and Reflect!
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thanks for posting! Yes, good reminder.