Live From Pullman National Monument, February 2, 2019

Live From Pullman National Monument, a tourist and tourism hotspot, with Dr Lyn Hughes
  
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Live From Pullman National Monument
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with Dr Lyn Hughes with guests Samuel Black and David Peterson

Live From Pullman National Monument with Dr Lyn Hughes and guests Samuel Black and David Peterson

Headlined, Live From Pullman National Monument, February 2, 2019

Casop: A Requiem for Rice
Broadcast Date: 
February 2, 2019

Samuel W Black

Director, African American Program

Senator John Heinz History Center

Pittsburgh, PA

 

And Author of

Soul Soldiers- African American in the Vietnam Era

 

We will be discussing a Special Project: “Casop: A Requiem for Rice” classical music premier 2/13/19

He is an advisor, consultant, and historical curator for the project,

 

A New Symphonic Work Tells Stories of Slaves on Lowcountry Rice Plantations

PITTSBURGH—“Unburied, Unmourned, Unmarked: Requiem for Rice,” a new contemporary classical  symphonic work that tells the stories of Africans enslaved on Carolina and Georgia rice plantations will premiere at 7 p.m., Feb. 19, 2019, at the Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland.

 

Upcoming exhibit: The Vietnam War: 1945-1975

Guest, Samuel Black

Guest Name: 
Samuel Black
Samuel Black
Guest Occupation: 
Director African American Programs Senator John Heinz History Center
Guest Biography: 

Samuel has over 25 years experience in museum and historical society institutions. He has served as manuscript curator for some of the most important historical resources in African American history. An award winning curator, writer, editor, lecturer, and researcher Samuel has numerous publications in peer review journals, encyclopedias, books, magazines, newspapers, and has written or edited three books, "Soul Soldiers: African Americans and the Vietnam Era (editor);" "Through the Lens of Allen E. Cole: A Photographic History of African Americans in Cleveland, Ohio (co-author)," and "The Civil War in Pennsylvania: The African American Experience (editor)". 

Samuel serves as the Immediate Past President of the Association of African American Museums and has been a member since 1992. He has also served on the executive council of Association for the Study of African American Life & History (ASALH); and former vice president of the Dr. Edna B. McKenzie Branch of ASALH in Pittsburgh. He is a member of the Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society of Pittsburgh.

Sponsors and Advertisers: 
Hughes-Peterson Publishing
The Pullman Messenger
The Pullman Porter Museum

Live From Pullman National Monument

Live From Pullman National Monument, a tourist and tourism hotspot, with Dr Lyn Hughes
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Dr Lyn Hughes

Live From Pullman National Monument, a tourist and tourism hotspot, with Dr Lyn Hughes

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