Harambee Radio we are starting our monthly series on Ben Wigfall. In Kingston, in the 1970s, he founded Communications Village in the African-American neighborhood of Ponckhockie. Communications Village was a printmaking studio where he mentored the youth of the area in art, communication, and survival skills. He made a lasting impact on their lives. Today's guest's are Anna Conlan Curator and Exhibitions Manager at The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, Drew Thompson Director of Africana Studies at Bard College, and Zachary Bowman, Manager of Education and Visitor Experience at The Samuel Dorsky Museum