Tickets go on sale December 14 at 10 am. Special Instructions:
Doors open at 2 pm.
Cultural activist Eric Dozier returns to the Museum, this time in person, with an amazing program. Our songs, and the stories that surround them, offer vivid insight into the mood of the times and represent a crucial ingredient in movements uniting people in their struggle for social progress, unity, and betterment. Songs also document our gradual and sometimes spectacular triumphs over racism, help us metabolize the pain of discrimination, and transmit the joy to be found in justice.
Employing equal parts live performance and lecture, Dozier shines a light on the role of Black American music in addressing racism in the US and its influence in informing the strategies of various global movements for social justice. And yes … we’ll ALL be singing by the end!
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Photo: Courtesy of Eric Dozier