Over the summer, composer and tuba player Chanell Crichlow contacted music libraries asking if they would like to acquire any of her scores. She trained at the Manhattan School of Music and earned her master’s degree at Pennsylvania State University studying with Velvet Brown, who is also a Peabody faculty artist. After starting the PitchBlak Brass Band and moving to Los Angeles, Crichlow began teaching. It was then she became more aware of the lack of scores by women and people of color held in music library collections. For full access to this article, go to: https://magazine.peabody.jhu.edu/creative-license/