THE STORY OF THE QUEER CHOIR OF K-TOWN
The Queer Choir of K-Town is made up of Los Angeles based LGBTQIA+ activists,
members of the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, members of the Los Angeles Eco-Village,
and a veteran Freedom Rider of Freedom Summer, 1964.
The Queer Choir of K-Town sings to honor the legacy of protest music as a form of resistance and a tool for movement building.
In the tradition of the Freedom Songs of the Civil Rights Movement and the Union songs of the American Labor Movement, The Queer Choir of K-Town sings historical protest music with lyrical changes that reflect the political landscape of today's movements for human rights.