J20 at the Whitney Museum of Art

02/02/2017 04:32 pm ET Updated Feb 03, 2017

all images courtesy of Occupy Museums facebook page. All video courtesy of Owen Crowley's youtube page

On January 20th, Inauguration Day, I, along with others, were invited by the artist collective, Occupy Museums to speak out in solidarity with #J20 2017 actions for a united cultural front against fascism, at the Whitney Museum of Art.

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During the speak out, I chose to sing out. Here is the documentation of my performance medley Occupy Nuts, which included a Whitney Houston cover "Didn't We Almost Have It All" and an original "Asshole"

Below are all the presentations and performances from the day. I encourage you to spend time watching them. The afternoon left me feeling and wanting to give more of myself. How can anyone sit back and allow Donald Trump to destroy our country, set back our global communities and use the White House for his own personal gain?

Below are all the presentations and performances from the day. I encourage you to spend time watching them. The afternoon left me feeling and wanting to give more of myself. How can anyone sit back and allow Donald Trump to destroy our country, set back our global communities and use the White House for his own personal gain?

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