Later on in my time at the conference the area I was in began to die down so I decided to go downstairs and check out what was happening there. I saw many tables and many people interacting with one another. I walked up to the first table that caught my eye and had a conversation with a woman whose name escapes me. She told me that she is involved in radio and it is a way for youth to have a voice. At that time I observed two young girls conducting an interview. The involvement of young females in Women Who Rock is very important. I observed many girls who were not only enjoying themselves but seemed to have confidence in just being them.
When I first arrived at the Women Who Rock conference I encountered a performance of Latin music outside, on a small stage they shared their culture with those around them and I was intrigued by the demonstration. Then I entered the cultural center to find another, different performance. There were women on stage singing and I didn’t quite hear the words but I enjoyed the melody. After they ended they asked for people to come up and to learn the song and to sing with them and I thought this was a great idea. A way for people to take a step further, not just to observe the culture but to be able to interact with it but just in the way you wanted to.