City Lights: ‘Black Citizenship In The Age Of Jim Crow;’ Cellist Juliana Soltis; And Ladies Rock Camp Kevin Rinker • Jan 17, 2020 Share Cellist Juliana Soltis will be performing from her new album tonight at First Presbyterian Church Atlanta. Credit Summer Evans Audio version of this story here. Friday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”: 0:57: Lois Reitzes talks with Calinda Lee of the Atlanta History Center about their new exhibit called “Black Citizenship In The Age Of Jim Crow.” 19:37: Cellist Juliana Soltis joins Reitzes to discuss how she started playing the instrument and her new album “Off Script: The Ornamented Suites For Cello.” Soltis will perform Jan. 17 at First Presbyterian Church Atlanta. 38:33: Producer Claire Reynolds talks with Ree De La Vega and Haley Zapal of Girls Rock Camp ATL about the program, which takes campers from air guitar to rock star. WABE brings you the local stories and national news that you value and trust. Please make a gift today. Three Black Women Fought To Desegregate Georgia State. Six Decades Later, The School Honors Them Atlanta Mayor Halts Development Around $26 Million Westside Park ‘I Feel Helpless’: GSU Professor Discusses Professional, Personal Impact Of Coronavirus Outbreak Marathon Weekend Guide: Olympic Trials Road Closures, Places To Watch And More Emory Researchers Knock On Doors Across Atlanta's Westside To Warn About Lead Contamination Memorial Tribute Planned For Legendary Author Toni Morrison Inside The 'Public Health Emergency Room' Where CDC Is Running Its COVID-19 Response Star-Studded Cast In Strand Theatre's Production Of 'Middletown'