Major orchestras in the U.S. have been primarily white since their inception. The Missouri Symphony is starting their journey to change that.
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Michael Casimir started playing viola for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra in 2018. He is one of three Black musicians in the orchestra.
Elizabeth Ramos plays the violin for The Missouri Symphony. She says that for symphonies to stay relevant, they must play music that people wi…
The number of musicians of color in major American orchestras is staggeringly low — The Missouri Symphony is looking to change that statistic
Vox speaks with Graves on the issue of Black representation and the State Historical Society of Missouri's new exhibit "Historic Images of Black Families"
Poppy and Branch are back to save the world (again) in the family-friendly Trolls sequel
Race Matters, Friends president Traci Wilson-Kleekamp has dedicated her life to activism. Vox asked her about her upbringing, her work and her mission
After #UnboundSoWhite called out the book festival's lack of diversity last year, Unbound's team says they've listened to critiques and are working to include more voices in 2019
Last year, many expressed concern with the Unbound Book Festival's lack of diversity. They listened.