People United features the second in a two-part episode with Fred L. McGhee on his book The Black Crop: Slavery and Slave Trading in Nineteenth Century Texas.
KOOP News Archive
Under the X in Texas welcomes Jim Stringer and The AM Band performing live in studio songs from their new #1 on The Freeform American Roots Chart cd Pick it Up. Tuesday, 5/24, 9-11 a.m.
'Reflections of Community Outreach'
Special guests from the Asian American Resource Center:
Taja Beekley, AARC Manager
Hanna Huang, AARC Culture & Arts Education Coordinator,
We'll hear about the history, mission as well as events like CelebrAsia, 1000 Cranes origami festival, Asian Pacific American History Month, Experience Mindfulness, Dance in public spaces and more!
Special guests from Dance Waterloo:
~ Morgan Teel : Artistic Director for Dance Waterloo
~ Rachael Hulse : Executive Director for Dance Waterloo
will be in to share their journey with Dance, the history and mission of Dance Waterloo and the upcoming event: Dance in Public Spaces class 'Lotus' at the Asian American Resource Center on June 4th.
Tune in to the Arts!
The Singer and the Song welcomes Austin's own, Jackie Venson! Jackie's special brand of music brings soul, jazz, and blues together in a uniquely Austin way. Find out how, as she performs live for us the whole hour on KOOP, 91.7 FM and koop.org, 3-4pm, Saturday, May 21st
People United features the first in a two-part episode with Fred L. McGhee on his book The Black Crop: Slavery and Slave Trading in Nineteenth Century Texas.