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Black History Month Reception
“The History and Mythology of So-Called Jazz”

Friday, February 21, 2020

Speaker:
Douglas H. Daniels, Professor Emeritus, Departments of Black Studies and History, University of California – Santa Barbara

Featuring the James Johnson Band

4:00pm Reception
5:00pm Lecture and Discussion
Singleton Room, Roberts Hall, Carnegie Mellon University campus

RSVP by February 10, 2020

Call 412-268-8928 or e-mail hikarik@andrew.cmu.edu

 

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