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>Liberty & Justice for All: “Black Voices from the Past”

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with Dr. Reginald Watson
Thursday, February 18
7 p.m. Free!

An exciting theatrical production entitled, “Black Voices from the Past” will be performed by dramatic arts students in the ECU Thespians program taught by Dr. Watson. The play, written by Dr. Watson, will take place in the Tryon Palace auditorium at 7 p.m. on Thursday, February 18.

“Black Voices from the Past” depicts various scenes that trace African and African-American historical events. Scenes are tied together with music and dance. There will also be poetry recitations to highlight the importance of African American creativity and resilience.

For directions and further information about special events, programs or group tours, phone (800) 767-1560 or (252) 514-4900 or visit Tryon Palace Historic Sites &amp Gardens website.

Submitted by: Nancy Hawley, Marketing and Communications Manager at Tryon Palace Historic Sites &amp Gardens