Reggie Harris has been a vibrant part of the international folk and acoustic music scene for over 40 years. An insightful songwriter and performer, this innovative guitarist, storyteller and lecturer has traveled the world using music and the spoken word to make an impact in education, social and racial justice, the environment, faith and in human and civil rights.
Reggie is a cultural ambassador, a teaching artist in the John F Kennedy Center’s CETA program, a Woodrow Wilson Scholar and the Director of Music Education for the UU Living Legacy Project, leading civil rights pilgrimages and teaching history.
He has taught courses at the Swannanoa Gathering, SAMW, SUUSI, Common Ground on the Hill, Summersongs and a host of other music camps and conferences.
With the release of his chart topping CD Ready to Go, Reggie has greatly enhanced his role as a musical community builder with a passion for global peace and justice.