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July Humanities Hotline

Date and Time: July 1, 2021

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Take an audio road trip this July on the Humanities Hotline. Call 1-888-416-2018 to hear short stories, both serious and lighthearted, that are researched and presented by experts from across the state.

Conny Bogaard, HK Board Member and Executive Director of the Western Kansas Community Foundation, describes her memorable trip to the Supai Village at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Filmmaker Lourdes Kalusha-Aguirre recounts the story of La Yarda, an East Lawrence community of Mexican railroad workers and their families. Lem Sheppard, musician and historian based in Pittsburg, Kansas, shares the history of Black banjo and violin traditions in Kansas. Cash Hollistah, educator and hip-hop artist, shares his top 10 picks for a summer road trip soundtrack.

Sponsored by: Humanities Kansas

For more information about this event, please contact:

1-888-416-2018
http://www.humanitieskansas.org

 

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