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Reggie Harris & Alastair Moock, Race and Song: A Musical Conversation

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Reggie Harris and Alastair Moock rely on their years-old friendship to discuss complicated issues of race, class, gender, and history through music.

We are so excited to welcome Alastair back to the Learning Circle with his new program and Reggie Harris for the very first time! This program is for ALL ages! A true community event that will resonate with preschoolers through to grownups. 

Please reserve your space to attend this special program and specify the number you anticipate. To help offset some of the costs, we will be collecting cash at the door, $10 per person or $30 family maximum. If you have any questions, please reach out to

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Check out this video for a sneak preview of the program: 

 Thank you and hope to see you there!

The Learning Circle Preschool Board

Reggie Harris has traveled the world for over 40 years as a songwriter, storyteller and lecturer using music and the spoken word to make an impact in education, social and racial justice, the environment, faith and in human and civil rights. He is a teaching artist in the John F Kennedy Center’s CETA program, a Woodrow Wilson Scholar, and the Director of Music Education for the Living Legacy Project, leading civil rights pilgrimages throughout the South. In 2021, he received a lifetime Spirit of Folk Award from Folk Alliance International.

Alastair Moock is an award-winning singer-songwriter who has toured throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia, performing at renowned events like the Newport Folk Festival and sharing the stage with acts like Arlo Guthrie, Taj Mahal, and Greg Brown. He’s also a Grammy nominated children’s musician, social justice educator for all ages, and co-founder of two antiracist music organizations, The Opening Doors Project and Family Music ForwardThe Boston Globe calls him “one of the town’s best and most adventurous songwriters” and The Washington Post says “every song is a gem.”

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