Ana Hernández

composer, arranger, workshop facilitator, author, and mischief maker

Tag Archives: Activism

An occasional blog where anything can become a topic.

  • Paperless Songs for Racial Reconciliation

      Tell Me                                                                                                Langston Hughes Why should it be my loneliness, Why should it be my song, Why should it be my dream deferred overlong? In his book The Fire Next Time, James Baldwin wrote “Color Continues…

  • Another World

    The text is adapted from a quote by Arundhati Roy, one of my heroines. It was printed on a postcard I was given at Mary Busby’s lovely Sagrada Sacred Arts, Continues…

  • Holy Innocents

    Once in a blue moon, someone asks if I know any tunes for the Feast of the Holy Innocents (Dec. 28th). Hymns for the Holy Innocents are scant, partly because Continues…