Why We Left the South: The Image and Impact of Racial Violence in America
Date: Sun. November 24, 2013
Time: 3:00 pm
Program: One Book, One Chicago
About this event:
performance of Appropriate at 3:00 p.m., discussion immediately following.
2433 N. Lincoln Avenue
For play tickets go to victorygardens.org or call (773) 871-3000.
do the lines of power and race, drawn more than 400 years ago, continue to
divide Black and White Americans today? Touching on a shared history spanning the forced
migration of slavery to Jim Crow segregation and beyond, this post-performance
talk-back with curator Joy Bivins of the Chicago History
Museum sheds light on the
racial divide. Open to the public; presented with Victory Gardens Theatre and
the Chicago History Museum.