NuEpiphany - trio of musicians set to provide music for the First Recovering the Classics event in Durham NC at the American Tobacco Campus.
The event is sponsored by iDrive Change, LLC, in partnership with the New York Public Library, the White House and the Digital Public Library of America, to showcase 50 "recovered, re-imagined" book covers by local artists in schools and libraries across all 50 states.
On October 11, more than 30 Eisenhower Fellows and Friends gathered to celebrate President Eisenhower's legacy with fun, food and fellowship. Keeping with the international theme, the food was a traditional and delicious Kenyan meal prepared by Chef Kabui. Maintaining the tradition of service, the event raised more than $2,000 for SEEDs, a nonprofit working with inner-city youth through community gardening. Entertainment was provided by Nu Epiphany with jazz, soul and rhythm.
NuEpiphany will be the featured performer at the “Women’s Equality Day” March and Rally, which commemorates the certification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution granting American women the right to vote in 1920. It kicks off at 4:30 PM at the Durham Central Park, 501 Foster Street.
This occasion has been celebrated since 1973 by Presidential Proclamation after a bill introduced by Congresswoman Bella Abzug.
Durham's event is attracting the attention of over 1000 participants and is sponsored by the following organizations:
NC National Organization for Women
NC Women United
NC Women Matter