Meet the author Richard Antoine White
Spady Cultural Heritage Museum
Published: Delray Beach, Fla. – August 5, 2021
Meet the author richard antoine white
February 9, 2022
- Time: 5pm – 7pm
Spady Museum Backyard
170 NW Fifth Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33437
- Join us for a rich discussion and viewing of a powerful short film about the hardships of homelessness and the challenges Richard endured growing up. This will be followed by Q&A and light refreshments will be provided.
You don’t want to miss this wonderful opportunity for meaningful family conversations inspired by Richard’s incredible journey.
Richard Antoine White, is a tuba professor at the University of New Mexico and the principal tuba player of two orchestras in New Mexico. His story began as a child of a teenage alcoholic mother who grew up homeless on the streets of Baltimore. Thanks to a village of incredible people, Richard is the first African-American man to receive a doctorate in tuba and has just released a best-selling memoir; I’m Possible: A Story of Survival, a Tuba, and the Small Miracle of a Big Dream. Richard speaks around the world, telling his story of hope and survival to inspire hope, and has recently been interviewed by all the news channels including CBS, the Today Show and Trevor Noah, and in February he comes to the Spady Museum in Delray Beach!