2pm to 4pm
JAZZ ROCKS!: Carving a Tradition.
The music evolves. It rises from a turbulent sea; dry docks on land, and takes to the hills. This anomaly - comprised of wires, clogs, trebles, clefs and notes, is boiler plated in the late sixties through the early seventies. With names like Miles Davis, Weather Report, Headhunters, Jaco, Hendrix all drinking the Kool Aid...all bets are off! Jazz Rock became a genre and a platform for enormous possibility - and change. The landscape invites experimental excursion and discovery across music hubs and styles. Grab your seat belt, and prepare for a supersonic journey of non stop whirl and sound.
Then...(4pm to 5pm)
Host Royal Harris (photo) scholar, community member, brings diverse experiences and voices together to have honest, unfiltered discussions about complex issues. Our focus will be racial justice, social justice, racial equity, gender equity and "Interectionallity"
The guest will be Cee Bondurant, a "self-identified" white, non-binary femme who has spent most of their life doing both paid and unpaid work focused on social justice issues, specifically around racial equity and queer and trans rights. 4pm to 5pm