By the end of the Civil War, roughly 179,000 Black men comprised 10 percent of the Union Army; and another 19,000 Black men served in the Navy. Yet, only one percent of the Northern population was African American. For these men it was a Holy War. They were the frontline forces in the final surrender of the Confederate capital. Read more.
Women Make A Way Outta No Way: Vienna Carroll and The Folk perform at Cooper Union
Weds., March 8, 2023, 7 - 8:30 pm, Frederick P. Rose Auditorium, 41 Cooper Square (on Third Ave. … Continue Reading…
Hear Our New Afro-Future Roots single “Swing Low Sweet Chariot.”
Release Date: February 10, 2023. By: Vienna Carroll & The Folk - Stanley Banks, bass. Newman … Continue Reading…
See Us Perform at The Metropolitan Museum of Art!
Join Vienna Carroll & The Folk for an evening of Seneca Village-era Afro-Future Roots music. … Continue Reading…
HARLEM FIELD RECORDINGS
Featuring Vienna Carroll, Vocals; Keith Johnston, Guitar & Backing Vocals; Newman Taylor … Continue Reading…
Combahee River Raid
"Mary Had a Baby" commemorates Harriet Tubman and the United States Colored Troops who destroyed … Continue Reading…
Live at The Met – Seneca Village
Portsmouth Maritime Folk Festival
“Vienna Carroll……a unique story of America, sung by an incredible voice. Simply stunning.”
Woody Lewis, composer
Black Sailors – Antebellum Freedom Agents
Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 of pre-Civil War boatmen and sailors in the southern states were Black?
Learn more Black Sailors
Singin Wid A Sword In Ma Han, play
A family escapes from slavery.
Learn more about the award winning musical docudrama Singin Wid A Sword In Ma Han