"As a Peer Mentor, you give so much of yourself for others; honestly it can be a hard job unless you care really deeply. But this doesn’t feel like work to me,” said Jones. “Because when I hear these good stories, I really feel like I’ve done something right. That feels good.”
This summer, Chesapeake Heartland’s Hip Hop Time Capsule paired Kent County teenagers and Washington College students with musicians, college professors, and museum professionals to research, explore, document, and interpret the rich history of African American music in Kent County, Md.