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About this Event
Join the Foster-Scholz Club for a virtual talk with R.P. Wollenberg Professor of Music Mark Burford that examines the relationship of musical performance to the Black freedom struggle through the 120-year history of the song "Lift Every Voice and Sing." Professor Burford’s recent book Mahalia Jackson and The Black Gospel Field has been widely recognized for its excellence.
Thursday, February 11
Virtual, via Zoom
3–4 p.m. PST
Feel free to stay longer for a virtual hang out with other Foster-Scholz Club members if desired.
Please contact Alumni Programs at 503/777-7589 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to discuss special accommodations.
FOSTER-SCHOLZ CLUB MEMBERSHIP
If you attended Reed for at least one year and if your class year is 40 or more years ago (currently the classes of 1980 and earlier), or if you are honorary alumni or retired faculty, you are a member of the Foster-Scholz Club. You and your guests are invited to attend a variety of Foster-Scholz events throughout the year.