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March 11, 2022
Today we revisit a few of the most interesting topics we covered this week, including how Indiana fits into the larger story of American architecture, a memoir from the first African American to earn a doctorate in tuba performance, and how to have conversations about race, racism and politics in the classroom.
Produced by Mariam Sobh.
Adjunct Professor, School of Architecture at University of Notre Dame
Professor, School of Architecture at University of Notre Dame
Richard Antoine White
Author, “I'm Possible: A Story of Survival, a Tuba, and the Small Miracle of a Big Dream”; Principal Tubist, New Mexico Philharmonic and Santa Fe Symphony; Professor of Tuba and Euphonium, University of New Mexico
Assistant Professor of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, Indiana University Bloomington; Author, “Real Talk? How to Discuss Race, Racism, and Politics in 21st Century American Schools”