For over 40 years. Reggie Harris has been a vital part of international music and story circles as a musician, storyteller, and educator. He is a Kennedy Center teaching artist and a lecturer for the Council of Independent Colleges. He travels worldwide, presenting over 300 performances a year to audiences of all backgrounds and ages. Harris is also co-president and music education director for the Living Legacy Project, highlighting the history of the modern Civil Rights movement. He is a recording artist and a respected interpreter of the history of the Underground Railroad and the music of Civil Rights.
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