(February 1, 2011) Sue Mingus, wife of the late jazz musician Charles Mingus, discusses her experiences living in the jazz culture and also what she has done to continue the tradition since the death of her husband. She also talks about her book, Tonight at Noon: A Love Story, and the process that went into creating that book.
This talk was sponsored by The Aurora Forum at Stanford University. The Aurora Forum is an ongoing public conversation series featuring people who turn vision into action for positive social change.
Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts
Aurora Forum at Stanford University
Stanford University channel on YouTube
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