Season 2 of Every Tongue Got to Confess is Here

"Every Tongue Got To Confess" is hosted by Professors of History Julian Chambliss (Rollins College) and Robert Cassanello (University of Central Florida). In the same spirit as Zora Neale Hurston - famous African American novelist, short story writer, folklorist, and anthropologist - this podcast explores the experiences and stories of communities of color.

All podcasts are brought to you by The Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community (the official sponsor of the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities) as well the Department of History at Rollins College and its Africa and African American Studies Program.


In this season 2 episode Dr. Walter Greason discusses how academic component of the Annual Zora Festival – the Communities of Color Conference – can deepen the impact of the organization nationally and internationally in terms of sharing community solutions.


AiOP Orlando - Noise has come and gone. I never had time to update people via my blog. I am doing a lot and this narrative slipped through the cracks a bit. 

Talking to the media  

Talking to the media  

As an outdoor public arts festival AiOP fits into my fascination with the real and imagined city by capturing the potential in urban spaces.  


I was lucky enough to presented at the Orlando Museum of Art about my views on the historic link between public art and civic identity prior to the festival.  



In addition to co-curating with Rachel Simmons, we were also active participants in the public programs for the festival. 


You can find out more at the AiOP Orlando website!!!