Jonah Eller-Isaacs is a writer and artist living in Nashville with his wife, Kathryn Wilkening, a craft artist and the dance programs supervisor for the Nashville Metro Parks & Recreation Department, and their puppy, Rosie Pants. He previously spent six months in Africa in 2004 researching musical responses to the HIV/AIDS pandemic and worked for the Red Hot Organization (redhot.org), a nonprofit that produces music compilations to benefit international efforts to fight HIV/AIDS.
Learn more about Jonah Eller-Isaacs on UUA.org.
By Jonah Eller-Isaacs
A kind of mirrorJonah Eller-IsaacsI never considered myself a visual artist, but then, I never expected to have cancer.
Singing in the shadow of deathJonah Eller-Isaacs
African musicians respond to a pandemic with songs of sorrow, resistance, advocacy, and hope.
Three African musical responses to AIDSJonah Eller-Isaacs
Recordings from Africa show the range of musical responses to the pandemic.