This week on the show: a true Renaissance woman, GRACE ANGELA HENRY.  Four careers and travels worldwide - 48 of the 50 United States and 29 countries on 5 continents - have brought her to her current life as an actor: a “VOICE FOR ALL REASONS.”  The audiobook voice, notably, of Dr. Condoleezza Rice and others, her most recent audiobook recording is Linda R. Spitzfaden's novel, "The Other Side of Everything." 

On the show, she reads from Dr. Rice's "DEMOCRACY: The Long Road to Freedom" (Grand Central Publishing, 2017), Harriet Tubman, and "Isoke's Narrative" (a monologue written and adapted from the autobiography of Olaudah Equiano by Janus Adams for Historic Huguenot Street).  This program also features the singing voice of Hattie Winston. Learn more about our guest at: GraceAngelaHenry.com.

Hear the full show:

© Janus Adams LLC 2018
JanusAdams.com, BackPaxKids.com, BackPax, "Adventures in Learning," "for the child who's going places," “for adventurous young minds,” "History, Heritage, and Hope" and related logos are registered trademarks of Janus Adams LLC.  All rights reserved.  Privacy Policy 

Mentioned on the show: 

GRACE ANGELA HENRY:

A VOICE FOR ALL REASONS

Music heard on this week's show: