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The wonderful actresses above  
braved an approaching hurricane to
rercord the reading of the play
NEW TIMES. Set in the fall of
1967, it's about Diane Marshall
who's been hired as the first Black
person to have a management
position at the ultra-elite, ultra-white
Clara Neal College for Women.

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THE REDISCOVERY OF
FLORENCE PRICE
An old run down house in Chicago revealed
treasures that were forgotten over the
decades.  It was the music of Florence Price,
the first African-American woman who's
composition was performed by a major
symphony orchestra in the United States, the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1933. Two
compositions from that find have been
recorded.
FLORENCE PRICE
1887-1953
Er-Gene Kahng
Professor of Violin
Univ. of Arkansas
ORCHESTRA NOIR in Atlanta is one of
the few all African-American orchestras
in the country.  It was started by
Conductor Jason Ikeem Rodgers.
Jason Ikeem Rodgers
Founder and Conductor
Orchestra Noir
The Atlanta African-American Orchestra
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