NC State historian Blair Kelley provides context on the significance of women’s head coverings in African-American history during this preview of Raleigh Little Theater’s production of the gospel musical “Crowns” on WUNC-FM’s The State of Things. The production is based on a book of photographs and oral history interviews of African-American women in their Sunday best. Their hats provide entry points into conversations about memory, loss, family and politics.
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