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Milestone Negro Spirituals Through the Civil War- Main

Event Type: Author / Speaker / Lecture
Age Group(s): Entire Family / Intergenerational
Date: 2/7/2020
Start Time: 3:30 PM
End Time: 4:30 PM
Description:
 In honor of Black History Month, Hilliard Greene presents “Milestone Negro Spirituals: When Folksongs Bring Freedom.” This performance/workshop in words and music brings to light the significance and beauty of the remarkable songs associated with the Underground Railroad. The featured music is based on the coded Negro spirituals that runaway slaves used to elude capture. Selections will include: Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Wade In The Water, Deep River, Go Down Moses, Michael Row De Boat Ashore, and I Couldn’t Hear Nobody Pray.
Library: Main Library
Location: Public Area
Presenter: Hilliard (Hill) Greene