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On the Road: 7-12 Go Your Own Way: Conversations on Women Who Rock

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"Go Your Own Way": Conversations on Women Who Rock

Suggested Grade Level: 7-12

This research guide serves as a resource for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's Education Department course, "Go Your Own Way": Conversations on Women who Rock. For additional information on the course and for more teacher resources, see:  http://rockhall.com/education/distance-learning/courses/WWR-Conversations/

In this class, students will explore the various roles of trailblazing women in the music industry such as producers, performers, DJs, managers, executives, and journalists.  This interactive videoconference class requires a thoughtful pre-connection writing assignment that will serve as the foundation for a dynamic discussion with Rock Hall educators.

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Janelle Monae talks to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum about women who rock.

Robyn at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

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Women Who Rock Exhibit

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's exhibit Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power was the first major museum exhibit devoted to celebrating the female spirit in rock and roll.

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YouTube Videos

Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart discuss the challenges women face in the music industry in this exclusive video from the enhanced eBook edition of Kicking & Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul, and Rock & Roll

In depth interview with R&B Sensation "Lady" and her opinions on the industry

Beatboxer Bellatrix at the Women Of The World (WOW) festival on women in the music industry

Kate Nash: The music industry discriminates against women

Gender Amplified: A movement for women in music production

Los Angeles Women in Music panel discussion at PAH-Fest (Project Accessible Hollywood), 2012

Tegan and Sara backstage before We Can Survive benefit show with Katy Perry at the Hollywood Bowl on the challenges of being women in the music industry
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