Blues in the Schools
More than 5,000 area students have already experienced programs combining this history of the Blues and the geographical story of the great Blues migration, demonstrating the evolution of the music. Multi-cultural teaching of the Blues in an interdisciplinary fashion connects to America’s social and musical history.
The National Blues Museum announced that, in partnership with HEC-TV, it will host, “A Conversation with Reena Evers-Everette and David (Dave) Dennis, Sr.: Inside the Civil Rights Movement”. The program will be held on Thursday, February 16, 2017, from 7-9 pm in the Lumière Place Legends Room at the museum. The event will be moderated by Jacqueline K. Dace, Director of Internal Affairs at the National Blues Museum. Admission is free to the public. Space is limited, so please call to confirm seating.
For information about the project and to reserve your seat at the event, contact Jacqueline Dace, Director of Internal Affairs with the National Blues Museum by calling (314) 925-0016 ext. 437 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch below for “A Conversation with Reena Evers Everette and David (Dave) Dennis, Sr.: Inside the Civil Rights Movement”