Heritage

The Paul Robeson House' Benefit for youth, Frances Aulston

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Paul Robeson House & Museum President and CEO, Frances Aulston shares a few of the benefits youth take away from visiting this historic American landmark

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Memories As A Collector, Dr. Charles Blockson

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Charles Blockson, historian, author, an collector of African American heritage shares a few memories that have contributed to his library and collection 

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Lincoln University (PA), Robert Jennings

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Lincoln University President Robert Jennings shares a few significant characteristics one of the oldest Historic Black Colleges and University's in America

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The Genration Gap (A Critique), Pastor Carl Walker

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Carl Walker, minister, gospel composer and educator shares one of his views on the differences between youth and elders in the black community

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Does Jazz Music Convey Black Heritage, Terence Blanchard

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Grammy Award winning trumpeter Terence Blanchard comments on the connection Jazz has with the heritage of blacks in America

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Black Choral Music, Philip Brunelle

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Composer, Artist Director, Organist Philip Brunelle share his motivation to make Black, African and African American choral music more accessible

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Fort Negely's Influence on Tennessee and The World, Krista Castillo

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Fort Negley Museum Coordinator Krista Castillo shares her views of the legacy of the fort, the Civil War and the lesson of both to Tennessee and to the world

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Fisk University's Jubilee Hall History, Dr. Reavis Mitchell

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Fisk University's Dr. Reavis Mitchell reveals what a visitor to Jubilee Hall will witness

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The Mayme Clayton Library and Museum, Avery Clayton

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Avery Clayton talks about his mother's work, the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum (MCLM) and the importance of keeping history alive

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Education's Importance pt 2, Dr. Josie Johnson

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Dr. Josie Johnson, educator, administrator and activist shares wisdom about how the Civil Rights movement affects our present and future in education

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