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A two-part series in honor of African American History Month
"Tucson’s Black Community and School Segregation" a presentation by Bernard Wilson, independent researcher and author of "The Black Residents of Tucson and Their Achievements: A Reference Guide"
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
4:00 p.m. Arizona time via Zoom

"The Spirit of Spirituals: Famous and Stirring Songs of Faith, and their Stories" a presentation by Súle Greg Wilson, educator, musician, dancer, storyteller, author, archivist, and director of the Smithsonian Institution’s Afro-American Index Project–precursor to the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
4:00 p.m. Arizona time via Zoom

This series is made possible through a partnership with Arizona Humanities.

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Feb 9, 2021 04:00 PM
Feb 16, 2021 04:00 PM
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Bernard Wilson
Independent researcher and author
Mr. Wilson began his humanities research as part of a personal genealogical investigation into his family. He has spent the past twenty-three years researching Tucson’s African-American pioneers and community. His first book, "The Black Residents of Tucson and Their Achievements: A Reference Guide," exposed that Tucson had a large and thriving African- American community that included mining millionaires. His subsequent publications derived from the research for his book. Currently, his research focuses on the individual lives of the Old Pueblo’s African-Americans.
Súle Greg Wilson
educator, musician, dancer, storyteller, author, archivist
Educator, musician, storyteller, dancer, and alleviator, D.C.-born Súle Greg Wilson has served as an American Griot all his life, absorbing, and sharing, elders’ words and deeds, and adding his experience to the flow. This modern “Edu-Tainer” and Urban Shaman has shared healing story and music in concert halls, community centers, ceremonies, and classrooms from Juneau to Miami Beach, Ghana to Hawaii, and Hermosillo to Antrim. Wilson’s music has graced Grammy Award-winning CDs, and lauded documentaries. As an archivist, He organized historical records for the World Bank, the New York Stock Exchange, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture–the NYPL, and for Phoenix’s Sky Harbor airport, and the Pueblo Grand Museum.