How Drumming Made Me a Feminist
A powerful performance talk, Josh Arana tells us the story of how drumming taught him the value of women in the Garifuna culture, and women on a whole. Joshua Arana is a proud graduate of Ecumenical High School in Dangriga.
As a child, he was always passionate about his drums. He loved drumming so much that it got him into trouble many days for playing on the desk. He made a career out of his passion and today that career has landed him in over 20 countries all over the world to places like Japan, Germany, France, Spain, Ireland, and Switzerland. His drumming led to his current job as the Coordinator of the Stann Creek House of Culture. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.