Tag Archives: Julian Bond

Voices and Freedoms: The Intro Show

The Video/Audio below is an excerpt from the Intro Show to my radio series Voices and Freedoms: A History of Jazz, based on my 1976 book of the same name.  The 16-part series played across the nation for five years … Continue reading

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Cultural Events at North Central College: A Personal History

This is the LEAD POST in a series on major conferences and individual speakers I helped bring to my college as the head of, first, The Visiting Lecturer Committee, which then grew to become the Cultural Events Committee.  I’m posting … Continue reading

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Remembering Julian Bond

Julian Bond (b. 1940) passed away this past August 15, 2015.  He led an extraordinary life of  service, especially in the cause of Civil Rights: one of the founders of SNCC (The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee), first president of the … Continue reading

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