Ariana Grande benefit concert after Manchester attack signals resilience

June 2017

Just two weeks after the Manchester, England terrorist attack that killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert, the performer held an all-star benefit concert for the victims.

The show signaled resilience, and a way to wrest control of the narrative away from the terrorists, according to Roxane Cohen Silver, professor of psychology and social behavior.

"It's saying, 'we won't let terrorism hold us back and in fact we're going to celebrate our commitment to go on despite terrorism,'" Silver told Billboard.

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