DC:ART:JAZZ:Thinking About Jazz – Nina Simone & Civil Rights, 10/29, 1-3pm

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A regular conversation about the meaning
and significance of jazz in our time

Nina Simone
& Civil Rights

Saturday, October 29th, 1-3pm

Westminster Church

400 I Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024

Free Admission

Nina SimoneNadine Cohodas, author of Princess Noire, The Tumultuous Reign of Nina Simone, joins us again for an in-depth look at Nina Simone’s impact on the Civil Rights movement. Nadine will share more vintage footage of Nina and pertinent excerpts from her wonderful biography of this powerful figure in jazz history. Nina’s powerful presence, bold lyrics and eloquent music made her a figure many sought out as a leader of the jazz community in defining the essence of race and power relations during this important time in our nation’s history. As always, Thinking About Jazz is a free event with a warm welcome, stimulating conversation, refreshments and door prizes. Please join us!
Presented by

Southwest Renaissance Development Corporation

400 I Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024



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