About the Class
Explore Albert Barnes’s relationship with the African-American community, with particular focus on Dr. Barnes’s love of spirituals and his involvement in the Harlem Renaissance. Drawing on material from the Foundation’s archives, Rich Medina will lead a lively discussion about race and culture both in the early 20th century and today.
For more than two decades, Medina has reinforced his reputation as an elite DJ with a global following. A graduate of Cornell University, he is also a frequent lecturer, a platinum-selling record producer, a spoken-word and recording artist, and a published journalist.