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Artist, performer, and host Helga Davis brings a soulful curiosity and love of people to the podcast Helga.
The Spark traveled to the Luhr’s Center at Shippensburg University on Tuesday, April 11 to talk about a Traveling While Black exhibit. The exhibit focuses on the restricted movement of black Americans in this country and the creation of safe spaces for them.
York group shares how they’re honoring Crispus Attucks’ legacy during Black History Month and beyond
Barry Freeland, director of the Crispus Attucks Center for Employment and Training, Greg Smith and Jeff Kirkland, who are a part of the Crispus Attucks York programs joined us on The Spark Tuesday to tell us about Crispus Attucks’ life and legacy.
Pennsylvania artist sheds a light on health care system challenges and hair discrimination experienced by people of color
Maria James-Thiaw, award-winning poet, performer, and playwright, has nearly 20 years of experience as a professor of writing and community teaching artist.
Frederick Douglass went on to become many things – abolitionist, autobiographer, essayist, diplomat, orator, political theorist, editor, publisher and social reformer.