Cotton: Dream and Hope of the Slave in Spiritualist and Slave Narratives

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Librarian and soprano, Tanisha Mitchell presents a singing lecture at the library. From slavery to salvation, cotton has shaped the African American experience. This singing lecture uses spirituals and slave narratives to explore the role of cotton in the African American experience from past to present. For additional information please contact the library or visit our website.