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A Roundtable Discussion 

When: Wed., Feb. 10 2016
ach February, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum celebrates national Black History month with a series of events and programming. This year’s series kicks off with Black Music Matters, a panel discussion that takes place at 7 tonight in the Foster Theater. A roundtable of Cleveland activists, scholars, musicians and arts administrators, including Dr. Fredara Hadley (ethnomusicology professor, Oberlin Conservatory), Ra Washington (owner and activist, Guide to Kulcher), Deirdre McPherson (Curator of Public Programs, MOCA-Cleveland), Jul Huntley (founding member, Jul Big Green) and rapper Chelsea Pastel, will discuss the value of black music in Cleveland. The event will be streamed live on rockhall.com and will be followed with a reception and a cash bar. This event is free with a reservation through the website or in-person at the Rock Hall box office. (Niesel)

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