Join the Reginald F. Lewis Museum and WEAA’s Today with Dr. Kaye Radio Show in a live on-air discussion of Tupac’s iconic hip hop song Dear Mama along with a panel talk with black  mother activists and  black sons as they discuss this special relationship between the two as they rise and survive in turbulent times. The first segment will include a conversation analyzing Tupac’s lyrics with  Dr. Jeff Menzise, professor of clinical psychology at Morgan State University. In the second segment Dr. Kaye Whitehead will interview a host of Black mothers to include Cheryl Waters-Hassan, mother of Ta-Nehsi Coates and friend of a young Tupac, Kimberly Armstrong an advocate on  youth violence along with  Black son, Dr. David Fakunle, co- founder of DiscoverME/RecoverME, an organization that utilizes the African oral tradition to encourage the claiming of one’s narrative for personal and organizational growth.  Patrons can meet us onsite at the Lewis Museum to see this live on-air show.  Note: This program  will also  be live-streamed due to COVID-19  social distancing.

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This program is in partnership with Tupac Shakur Commemoration Week in Baltimore, MD (Sept 14 – Sept 17). For additional Tupac events, CLICK HERE.

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Add to Calendar 20210915 America/New_York 800 East Pratt Street Baltimore MD 21202 Live @ the Lewis with WEAA Radio – Dear Mama: Tupac’s Homage to Black Mothers