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Scenic Roots - Mon 5/16/22

Scenic Roots - Mon 5/16/22
  • Sekou Cooke and Josiah Golson on “Hip-Hop Architecture.”
  • Taylor Bostwick of Chattanooga’s Speech and Hearing Center.
  • From The Woodshop: A rewind session with Katrina Barclay.
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
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  • Sekou Cooke is an architect and urban designer now based in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is the director of the urban design program at UNC Charlotte - and author of the book “Hip-Hop Architecture." On Thursday starting at 5:30 PM, Sekou will give a talk at Stove Works here in Chattanooga for CIVIQ, the speaker series from Chattanooga Design Studio.
  • Here in the Chattanooga area, the Speech and Hearing Center helps people with speech or hearing impairments - regardless of ability to pay. Taylor Bostwick is the Center’s president and CEO - and we spoke with her during this Better Speech and Hearing Month, which is nationwide all through May.
  • Richard Winham shares a performance by singer / songwriter Katrina Barclay from November 2021 live in The Woodshop on St. Elmo Ave. in Chattanooga.