Youth Sanctuary: Thomas LaBoy on Music

Youth-Media-SanctuaryThrough the old chords of sympathetic magic, music comforts people. It would seem we all need music to edify the meaning and import of our existential journeys. Music is especially important to young people as they develop their identities and figure out who they are as they are traveling through time. WOOC youth correspondent Thomas LaBoy, who lives right in the neighborhood of the Sanctuary for Independent Media and attends Troy’s ALP School 12, sat down with WOOC correspondent Meghan Marohn to discuss how music has woven its way through the moments of his life.

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