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To honor our beloved, we have the opportunity to do the work and create change for the rest of our lives. We believe that the work of antiracism can be joyous and creative. On this page, we invite you to create for change. Read below to see how people are using the song "Somebody's Beloved" To promote racial justice. Find yourself in this movement and create something with us!



“I believe that songs can be powerful vessels for inner healing, which can ripple out to global healing.”

In partnership with Culture Surge, we have created an acapella arrangement for the song. We hope you enjoy this performance featuring MILCK, Elisha Jewell,

Raye Zaragoza, and Ari Afsar

We also invite you to join our choir by downloading the sheet music, performing the song and sharing it. You can email it to us to post or simply post it to your social platforms and include the hashtag #somebodysbeloved



We invite you to get creative, and to honor our beloved. Create any which way you desire, and share with us so we may share it with our community.


Post your work with the hashtag #somebodysbeloved, or email us. 


Already working on a kindred project and want us to amplify? Amazing! Please use hashtag or email us at the address above. 


We will be creating more creative campaigns for you to tap into, so stay tuned, follow @milckmusic, and we’ll keep you posted as time goes on!

Milck + Amanda Gorman Collab

Last December I was introduced to Amanda Gorman. We decided to cocreate a piece in honor of the 5th Annual Racial Healing day, in partnership with The Kellogg Foundation. We immediately fangirled over each other. I could feel Amanda's wisdom and strength throughout the process. She created a poem that she reads over my song, “Somebody’s Beloved.” This collaboration is one of my most treasured projects. One of my favorite lines she includes in this poem is about calling people in, vs. calling them out. I hold that idea close to my heart as I navigate our times of growing anti-Asian sentiment, and continued struggles for Black and Brown communities. 

We partnered with Proctor and Gamble to send thousands of essential goods to our beloved beneficiaries. Pictured above are palettes of goods arriving to One Family Memphis's Memphis Rox!

Sending P&G Products To Beneficiaries 


In the video above, Vienna Teng, the legendary trailblazer for the Asian American music lineage, covers “Somebody’s Beloved”. I’ve been a fan of hers for years. Buying her albums while I was in college helped me see my own dreams to be an Asian American recording artist as a possibility. It’s a tremendous honor to have her cover this song