A multimedia performance that brings to life a 100-year history of housing and urban policy that documents how separate has never been equal. Performances by talented St. Louis artists and activists including Marcellus Buckley, “The Ferguson Poet” and Napoleon Williams III. The performance is 60 minutes and will include imagery, song, spoken word, and acting. There will be discussion following this performance. Participation by the audience is encouraged.
A $5 ticket donation is suggested and will grant entry to see the performance. All proceeds will go to Chosen for Change, a 502(c)3 organization created by Mike Brown Sr., in memory of his son, Mike Brown Jr. This organization sets out to save lives through youth empowerment, strengthening families and giving back.
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Presented by Carolina Planning (the department of city and regional planning), Institute for the Arts & Humanities, and the Performing Arts Special Activity Fund.