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Estman Radio: Richmond

Learning Lab

Wednesday, Aug 22

6:00 PM–7:00 PM


Interested in storytelling, public media, radio, and podcasting to advance conversations in our community? Join us for the conversation with Estman Radio: Richmond host Free Egunfemi and ICA’s Chief Curator Stephanie Smith as they discuss activating Marinella Senatore’s project and other podcasting opportunities in Richmond. A social hour follows the program with free snacks and a cash bar in the Ellwoods Cafe.

Free Egunfemi is an independent historical strategist and founder of Untold RVA: The people’s choice for the creative advancement of Richmond’s most powerful resistance narratives, hidden in plain sight throughout the urban landscape. As a social innovator, Free’s groundbreaking projects are leading the front lines of the commemorative justice movement.