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Core Futures 2021: Diverse Pasts, Inclusive Futures
March 22 thru March 26, 2021
Online At Temple University

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The Philadelphia Jazz Project is proud to participate in the Temple University, Intellectual Heritage Department’s five-day, comprehensive exploration of the intersection of democracy, race, history, culture and scholarship.

 

Starting today, Monday, March 22 and running thru Friday, March 26, Core Futures 2021: Diverse Pasts, Inclusive Futures will feature a broad series of virtual-online activities designed to expand your horizons. Presentations include lectures, dialogues, screening and performances, including folks like…

 

    ▪    Jeannine A. Cook, owner of Harriet’s Bookshop
    ▪    Rasheedah Phillips, Black Quantum Futurism
    ▪    J. Michael Harrison, of WRTI-FM
    ▪    Alonzo Demetrius , Trumpeter
    ▪    Immanuel Wilkins, Saxophonist
    ▪    Vashti DuBois, of The Colored Girls Museum
    ▪    Michael Clemmons, of The Colored Girls Museum
    ▪    Homer Jackson, director of the Philadelphia Jazz Project
    ▪    Eric Battle, illustrator and art director
    ▪    Brian Jackson, Pianist Composer and Flutist
    ▪    and more

 

On Wednesday, March 24th at 5pm, PJP will present a conversation about Philadelphia Jazz Stories: our new 45 minute video exploring PJP's book, Philadelphia Jazz Stories Illustrated: Volume One. The film will be available for viewing online at the Philadelphia Jazz Project - Youtube Channel starting Wednesday, March 24th as well.

 

The video features dialogue with musicians; Denise Montana, Odean Pope, Leon Jordan Sr., Barbara Montgomery, Victor North, Key of She Jazz, Olivia Hughart, Elijah Thomas, Erica Corbo, Josh Lee; historians, Diane D. Turner, Ph.D, Steve Rowland and George Starks Ph.D and visual artists; Denise Erickson, Joseph Hasenauer, Dylan Caleho, Akinseye Brown and  Eric Battle.

 

To learn more about this and the other activities in Core Futures 2021: Diverse Pasts, Inclusive Futures - CLICK HERE

 

The book, Philadelphia Jazz Stories Illustrated: Volume One is still available for purchase online at BOOKS & STUFF.

 


CHECK OUT THESE PROMOS FROM THE VIDEO

 

 

 

 

Core Futures 2021: Diverse Pasts, Inclusive Futures
March 22 thru March 26, 2021
Online At Temple University

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Many thanks to Douglas Greenfield, Antoine Haywood, Sergio Galeono and Mason Romero of PhillyCAM.

 

The Philadelphia Jazz Stories video was produced as a joint venture between Temple University's  Intellectual Heritage Department, Philadelphia Jazz Project and PhillyCAM.

 

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