Tree Named for Booker T. Washington

Colonel Charles Young named a tree in the Sequoia National Park in honor of Booker T. Washington and the giant tree was lost for 100 years. See Public television host Huell Howser dedicated a segment to Colonel Charles Young and the lost Booker T. Washington tree. Julia Bullock, currently The Met Museum’s artist in residence

NYC-ARTS Profile: Julia Bullock Clip: Season 2019 Episode 424 | 11m 48s   A profile of soprano Julia Bullock, currently The Met Museum’s artist in residence. Known for her rich voice and versatile artistry, she is approaching the museum’s collection as both a musician and an activist. NYC-Arts Profile: Julia Bullock

NPR Releases ‘Wade in the Water’ 26-Part Series on 25th Anniversary

Dr. Kehembe V. Eichelberger, Assoc. Prof., Howard University shared a press release with MusicUNTOLD announcing the 25th anniversary of WADE IN THE WATER (26 episode series on NPR honoring the legacy of African American sacred music tradition over a 200 year period).   WASHINGTON – Howard University has made an impact on music with alumni… Interview with composer Anthony Davis on “Central Park Five”

June 14, 2019 KUSC Arts Alive interview with composer Anthony Davis CENTRAL PARK FIVE Opera About The Central Park Five In 1980’s New York, five African American and Latino teenagers were in the wrong place at the wrong time. They were unjustly convicted of a Central Park rape but exonerated through DNA evidence thirteen years…