"Singer/songwriter MILCK has proven to be a talented voice for change."
MILCK (CONNIE K. LIM) is a recording artist, writer, producer, and artivist who is known for her power anthems that have become the soundtrack to grassroots movements all over the world. Her song “Quiet” is known as the unofficial anthem of the Women's March, and has been listed Billboard’s No. 1 Protest Song of the year, and an official selection on NPR's American Anthem series. Her music has been translated into multiple languages by choirs all over the world, and has had shared stages with the likes of Oprah, Jason Mraz , Yoko Ono, Amanda Gorman, Michelle Obama, and Ani DiFranco. MILCK is beginning to explore writing for other artists as well, including "Mystery of Me" for Phillipa Soo, "Shh" by Linying, and an upcoming 2022 album cut for John Legend.
In times of destruction, this Planned Parenthood Champion of Choice urges her fans to tap into their creativity. In the words of Grace Lee Boggs, “A revolution that is based on the people exercising their creativity in the midst of devastation is one of the great historical contributions of humankind.” Following Boggs's advice, MILCK created The Somebody’s Beloved Fund to support 10 grassroots orgs building power around racial healing, gender equality, and justice as well as her I Can’t Keep Quiet Fund, currently focused on generating resources for 3 reproductive justice orgs.
She continues to create music with fierce joy, while also hanging out with her 22 year old turtle named Speedy.