You are invited to a very special event where storytelling takes center stage. In Part One, The Quire is honored to not only perform works from the renowned Maya Angelou, but to also share the stage and sing with local esteemed musicians.
In the second half, we are pleased to share the work of Steve Milloy, and the story of Bayard Rustin. Julia’s grandson, born in March of 1912, grew into a visionary, a proponent of nonviolent protest, a co-founder of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) with Dr. Martin Luther King in 1947, and the organizer of the 1963 March on Washington.
Join us as we bring these amazing narratives out of the shadows…and into the light.
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