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Actor Tonya Beckman: a core member of the Taffety Punk Theater Company
and a Riot Grrrl in good standing.  Classical theater with a difference.

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Dual Lives:
Deborah Bond sings like a dream, has three cds and tours internationally.
But she still needs a day job to pay the bills.

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Historian Raymond Arsenault reflects on the significance of Marian Anderson

Raymond Arsenault's book The Sound of Freedom examines the 30 minute concert that helped move a nation forward.

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Filmmaker Sam Pollard talks about his new documentary August Wilson: The Ground on which I Stand.

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Writer, director, and actor

Makes sense of the world through theater.

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A storyteller in cloth

Carolyn Mazloomi shines a powerful light on the African American community through narrative quilts.

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Creating art from found objects, including car parts

Auto Mechanic Harold Kyle plays with movement, balance, and shadows in his sculpture.

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Holistic Urban Planner, Member of the National Council on the Arts

Maria Rosario Jackson talks about urban planning with art at its heart.

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With a new exhibit and catalogue-- both titled REPRESENT, the Philadelphia Museum of Art puts its extensive collection of African American art on view

Organizing curator John Vick and consulting curator/editor Dr. Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw tell us about its rich history.

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Dinaw Mengestu moves between Uganda and the American Midwest in his recent novel All Our Names

In All Our Names, Dinaw Mengestu explores unlikely love in the midst of conflict.

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After 29 years, Barry Bergey is moving on…

Barry Bergey shares some memories about a lifetime immersed in folk and traditional arts.

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Ping Chong, a visionary citizen- artist and six-time NEA grantee, connects racial history to our current unrest in his recent play, Collidescope: Adventures in Pre- and Post-Racial America.

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Diana Green and Cathy Gassenheimer have a mission:
Arts Education for Every Alabama pre-k thru 12 Student!

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Why Read Moby-Dick?

In a slim, lucid  and compulsively readable book, Nathaniel Philbrick makes an enthusiastic case for taking a look at Melville’s classic.

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