MeMA-Music Press


New Program Combines Music, Social Lessons for CPS Students: It’s part of the new MeMA -Music program residency wrapping up its second year at the school.


Music industry legend Jeanne Warsaw stops by to talk about her 25 years in the music industry and her non-profit, MeMA Music an arts education organization that prepares students to navigate our multicultural world and pursue their chosen future.


A one-time record promoter for musicians including Bruce Springsteen, Tina Turner, Isaac Hayes, and The Rolling Stones is giving back.  (2017 Peter Lisagor Award Winner-Exemplary Journalism)


TV Anchor Sylvia Perez Interviews MeMA-Music Founder, Jeanne Warsaw-Gazga.


Good Day Chicago Host, Darlene Hill Interviews MeMA-Music Founder, Jeanne Warsaw-Gazga.


MeMA-Music was born in 2012 out of a desire to encourage young people to explore and be inspired by the songs that drove past waves of social change.

Voyage Chicago


Meet Jeanne Warsaw of MeMA-Music

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MeMA-Music Continues Growth on Chicago’s South and West Sides As It Changes Students’ Lives.

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Program Inspired By Protest Songs Helps Propel Next Generation Of Activists.


MeMA Music Students Explore Social Issues Through Performance.


Music, Art Link Past To Future For Students.


Music and youth-driven social justice movements return to Lawndale—former hub of Jewish life and activism.