Activist Breai Mason-Campbell On Race Relations And The Arts
Now, a conversation about the intersection of race relations and the arts. Tom's guest is the dancer, activist and educator Breai Mason Campbell, who has taught at the New Song Community Learning Center in Sandtown Winchester for 13 years. On Thursday night, she will present the Daphne Harrison Lecture and Performance at the University of MD Baltimore County. Her presentation is titled, Heroes and Villains: Art, Imagination and the Road to Improved Race Relations in Baltimore.
Breai will present her lecture Heroes and Villains: Art, Imagination and the Road to Improved Race Relations in Baltimore on Thursday, April 7th at 5:30 PM. The event is being held on the campus of UMBC in the Performing Arts & Humanities Building : Dance Cube, Rm 337.