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Virtual Listening Event: The JNSA & GPB podcast “Shots in the Back”
September 28 @ 7:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Monday, repeating until October 5, 2020
Georgia Public Broadcasting in partnership with The Jessye Norman School of the Arts invites you.
Join Actress, Singer, and Dancer, Niki Haris as she and her guests explore the major themes of the ongoing podcast,
Shots in Back: Exhuming The 1970 Augusta Riot, hosted and written by JNSA faculty member, former NPR Reporter and Journalist, Sea Stachura.
This three part, online video series continues tonight, Monday, September 28th at 7pm, by outlining the events of the 1970 Augusta Riot.
In this second of a series of virtual listening events, historian and author of the book, Lighting the Fires of Freedom: African American Women in The Civil Rights Movement, Dr. Janet Dewart Bell and international performing artist Damien Sneed will join Niki Haris in a conversation focused on the events of the riot and the six black men killed by white police officers.
Shots in the Back: Exhuming the 1970 Augusta Riot is available for free wherever you get podcasts.
Special thank you to Historian, Corey Rogers of the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of African American History and the 1970 Augusta Riot Observance committee. Through their work, a commemorative marker will be placed at the Augusta Municipal Building at 535 Telfair Street at 1pm Today, Monday, September 28th. The Grady Abrams Retrospective Art show will also be hosted on the first floor of the Augusta Municipal Building.
THE PODCAST AND LISTENING EVENTS ARE FREE FOR ALL
PLEASE CLICK THE LINK HERE TO REGISTER AND PARTICIPATE!