2013 – 2019 Myrna Bain Scholarship Live Music Fundraisers – John Jay College

Documenting a wonderful event held over the years – The Myrna Bain Scholarship Fundraiser hosted by Sherrie Gibson of John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Manhattan NYC. We recaptured earlier years from 2014 plus the ones captured by gregoryburrusproductions and g2bproductions This page list summary of each years event. To view the full event please click the links below each video. Event was stopped by COVID Pandemic.

Who is Myrna Bain?

The Myrna Bain Scholarship at John Jay College was created in memory of Professor Myrna Dolores Ilari Bain’s life long contribution to academic scholarship and community development. A scholarship in the amount of $1200 will be awarded each semester to study abroad. The award will be presented to the undergraduate whose work best reflects the spirit of the teachings of Myrna Dolores Ilari Bain.Professor Bain passed away in 2007 from breast cancer. We are trying to keep her spirit and legacy alive within the college community.

2019 Myrna Bain Scholarship Highlights – Quick Hits

Click Here To review the full night of Myrna Bain Concert Performers in 2019

2018 Myrna Bain Scholarship Highlights- Quick Hits

Click Here To review the full night of Myrna Bain Concert Performers in 2018

2017 Myrna Bain Scholarship Highlights- Quick Hits

Click Here To review the full night of Myrna Bain Concert Performers in 2017

2016 Highlights – Quick Hits

Click Here To review the full night of Myrna Bain Concert Performers in 2016

2014 Myrna Bain Scholarship Highlights- Quick Hits

Click Here To review the full night of Myrna Bain Concert Performers in 2014

2013 Myrna Bain Scholarship Live Music Benefit at Gerald W. Lynch Theater @John Jay College, NYC

Click Here To review the full night of Myrna Bain Concert Performers in 2013

More About Myrna Bain

Myrna Bain born Myrna Delores Bain, was an activist, grass-roots organizer, scholar and writer. She was an influential member of several organizations founded by LGBTI women of color, most notably: The Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press. Wikipedia Born: November 27, 1939 Died: April 12, 2007 EducationJohn Jay College of Criminal Justice.