Speaker: Rebekah Barber
Rebekah will be joining us virtually.
Main Talk: TBA
Musician: Ace Quality Jazz
Rebekah is a research associate at the Institute for Southern Studies and writer for Facing South. Her research focuses on racial justice, deomcracy, and Southern history. She holds bachelor's degrees in English and history from N.C. Central University in Durham, North Carolina.
Jeffrey Leppart has a master’s degree in music Ed. from The University Of North Texas.
He has a great deal of jazz experience as a performer (tenor sax) and educator. The guys in the band are seasoned professional musicians as well. The do primarily jazz standards with some be bop, blues and ballads. They have played Oasis many times in the past.
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Additionally - Bring proof of vaccination!
In order to keep all participants safe, we will be observing the following:
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