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Performance: "1,001 Black Inventions"


Date and Time:
12 October 2013
8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
 
Location:
Foster Auditorium
 
Description:

Ersky Freeman's play, "1,001 Black Inventions" is about a typical American family trying to survive a world without inventions created by Africans and African-Americans and realizing that black ingenuity is an integral part of their everyday lives. Directed by Fred Michael Beam.

Sponsored by Keeping the Promise.

 
Posted by:
Nur Abdulle
 
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