Sunday, December 21, 2014

HeRSToRy 112 Myke Johnson

     Myke spent a long weekend at the Peace Camp in 1983 and returned to live there in 1985 and 1986. She was a part of the Average Dyke Band and wrote many songs at the Camp in those years including the ADB favorite,  "Every Woman Here." Now a Unitarian minister, WEFPJ featured prominently in her seminary graduate work.
CLIP 1: Knight in shining white pick-up truck
CLIP 2: A pocket of hope in the midst of oppression

Interview: Myke Johnson
Date: July 26, 2009
Location: North Yarmouth, ME
Present: Estelle Coleman, hershe Michele Kramer, Alice O'Malley, 

Margy Dowzer, Marty Pottenger
Myke and Fish working on a song on the back lawn, 1985.
 Myke and Fire, 1985.
Myke and Joanna take part in the "Un-Wedding Ceremony" at the Depot's truck gate, 1986. 

Judy, Estelle and Myke, 1986.

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