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June Humanities Hotline

Date and Time: June 1, 2021

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The toll-free Humanities Hotline delivers interesting short stories anytime, day or night. It's simple: Dial 1-888-416-2018 and choose from a menu of humanities highlights researched and presented by experts across the state. 

Megan Kaminski, Associate Professor of English at the University of Kansas and editor of HK's Words of a Feather book, reads her poem "Under tree canopy."

Patricia Cecil, Archivist Associate at the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Kansas, shares the history of Lawrence's Black churches.

Lem Sheppard, musician and historian based in Pittsburg, Kansas, shares the story of the original Fisk Jubilee Singers, an African American a capella ensemble.

Trish Reeves, retired professor of English at Haskell Indian Nations University, tells the story of her great half-uncle, David Harlan and the founding of Cherokee County, Kansas.

Sponsored by: Humanities Kansas

For more information about this event, please contact:
Humanities Kansas


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