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🎷 Get in the mood for #cheltjazzfest with our playlist on Spotify!

https://open.spotify.com/user/cheltfestivals/playlist/3xnhiEklPpwbog0MdzIWkb

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Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2018, a playlist by cheltfestivals on Spotify

A playlist featuring Randy Crawford, Beth Hart, Christian McBride Big Band, and others

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#FeministsDontWearPink (and other lies) empowered women all over the world and encouraged them to reflect on what feminism means to them. Scarlett Curtis curated a collection of work that spoke for women who are yet to find their voice. 

This year she returns to #cheltlitfest bringing her latest work, It’s Not OK To Feel Blue (and other lies), a collection of experiences aimed at providing hope to young people and destigmatising mental illness. #OKTOFEELBLUE 

She’s joined by activist and co-founder of The Pink Protest Honey Ross, actor and director Kelechi Okafor and author and journalist Poorna Bell to discuss their individual contributions to the book.

Come and hear what they have to say in what will be a personal and insightful look at how mental health affects us all: http://bit.ly/2QmhzxV
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