Did you know? For All the World to Hear, organized by the Center for Art, Design & Visual Culture, UMBC, is a dynamic humanities project in which approximately 10 older adults from the Baltimore area tell, write, perform, and digitally publish personal stories of their involvement in the struggle for civil rights.
What: Go experience a dynamic oral history performance in which a cast of ten senior adults share stories of their involvement with the struggle for civil rights. Following the live performance there will be a mediated, interactive audience discussion.
When: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 starts at 6 p.m.
Where: Maryland Historical Society ~ 201 West Monument Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Who: Open to the general public which is a free event.
FYI: For more information please visit the website: foralltheworldtohear.org or phone: 410-685-3750 ext. 377.
You should know? For All the World to Hear: Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights is a community outreach program of the Center for Art, Design & Visual Culture, UMBC. The program is supported in part by the Maryland Humanities Council.