Special thanks to the College of Liberal Arts’ Mosaic Theatre Company and sound engineer Kelly Walker for their work on the podcast. Mosaic students include Alain King, AnnaClaire, Walker, Richard Trammel, Kindria Evans, Sharrell Edmond, and Keary Watts. Rafael Reis provided original music for the podcast.
The following individuals and institutions preserve Hathaway artifacts and materials, and we are grateful for their friendship and assistance:
Director Henri Linton and Stephanie Sims, University Museum and Cultural Center, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff;
Curator of Collections Bryan McDade, Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, Little Rock, Arkansas;
Director Dana Chandler and archivists Cheryl Ferguson and Eric Butler, Tuskegee University Archives;
The following individuals graciously allowed us to interview them for their thoughts on Hathaway: Ronald McDowell, Lanice Middleton, and Leslie Williams.
Under the leadership of board president Fred Gray, the Tuskegee Human and Civil Rights Multicultural Center recognizes the contributions of Native Americans, European Americans, and African Americans to the history of Macon County and the state of Alabama, and we are honored to work with the Center on projects that fulfill this mission.