Singers of color across the country spend their lives training, rehearsing and investing in their talent. Why can’t they access the industry leaders, the auditions and the opportunities of their white counterparts? In this premiere episode, Celeste Headlee focuses attention on the structural barriers keeping more Black and brown singers from appearing on stages across the country.
Alexa Smith, Manhattan School of Music
Zakiyyah Sutton, Artist, Activist, and Scholar
Miguel Rodriguez, Athlone Artists
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