She sang and strummed her way through a difficult situation

The Corona Light wants to amplify artists who use their talents to help their world by giving a voice to the voiceless and touching upon difficult issues. Any artist who doesn't do this has underused their talent.

Today we're spotlighting a video clip from four years ago, in which a little girl from Charlotte, North Carolina uses her voice and her ukulele to protest a repair operation at a city park, as the repairs are preventing children from playing.

This may not be that big of an issue in the grand scheme of all that's going on with the world, but for some people, social change can start with small issues and extend into bigger ones. 

That's certainly the case with our young friend here, who is now 15 and leading the North Carolina Climate Strike. (Find her on Twitter.) 

There are people in the world who will tell you that the resilience with which this youngster faces her problem can't be reapplied to a bigger problem like the one we're facing right now in the form of the COVID-19 crisis. There are also people, such as myself, who will tell you that you can. 

CLOSING QUESTION (Leave your responses in the comments)

Have you ever tried to help yourself through a difficult situation by being artistic? What did you do? Did it work?

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