Posted Monday, January 18, 2010
Dee Perry honors the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with more from her recent interview with Carlotta Walls Lanier, of The Little Rock Nine who was in town for the Choosing to Participate exhibit at The Western Reserve Historical Society. We also unveil the exhibition Black Is Black Ain't on view at Lakeland Community College, which hosts a special MLK tribute Monday night. Plus, Plain Dealer classical music critic Zachary Lewis and Case Western Reserve University's Charles Michener share their thoughts on the broader picture of The Cleveland Orchestra strike.
Arts and Culture, History, Music, Painting
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