Black Banjo Reclamation Project Feat: Hannah Mayree and Seemore Love

Hannah Mayree is a creative facilitator and musician who’s work and art lends itself as a tool for redesigning and reconnecting to our roots as humans on this planet. A banjoist, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Hannah shares harmonies through acoustic live vocal looping and reminds us of the empowerment found in our relationship to the earth, music and community. She is the founder of the Black Banjo Reclamation Project: Cultural Reclamation through Reparations ~ Cultural Revival Through Community.

The Black Banjo Reclamation Project is a cultural and land- based revival project that centers the Black community by reclaiming ancestral wisdom and moving forward with innovations through prospectives of Afro-futurism. Through our extensive network across the country, our work promotes conversation and action in healing the ancestral, historical, cultural and racially dividing wounds in this country and the world.

Carlton “Dr. See” Dorsey, known on stages across the U.S. as Seemore Love is an Alkebulan-American mystic, multi-genre, multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, singer/songwriter.

Seemore Love uniquely blends the past sounds of Folk from around the world with the present age of technology, and the spiritual aim of Afro-Futurism to create a truly sincere and one-of-a-kind sound appropriate for all ages and heart spaces.