After performing at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival with the other artists on the National Protest album, “Raise Your Voice,” Amalia was asked to come back to San Francisco to perform at the showcase concert for the Little Village Foundation. The Little Village Foundation is a non-profit cultural organization and record label that searches out, discovers, records and produces music that otherwise would not be heard beyond the artist’s family and community. The LVF put the student protest album together following the Parkland shooting in February 2018. Amalia and 2 others from the album met at the infamous coffee house, Freight and Salvage, in Berkeley, San Francisco. Amalia enjoyed reuniting with her friends and adventuring backstage before the concert. She played her song “Renegades” from the protest album, which she wrote and performed at the Women’s March in 2016. Amalia’s song applies to many cultural conflicts her generation faces and represents the voice of the youth. She was able to connect with other talented musicians that collaborated with LVF and perform a wonderful show!