Voices from the March: A Dramatic Reading

On November 9th, our Fall interns will be performing a dramatic reading of an excerpt from their upcoming multi-media play, Voices from the March. A collaboration between the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program and the Center for Women’s Studies, this verbatim theater piece compiles oral history narratives from the Women’s March on Washington as well the experiences of the students who documented those voices. Voices from the March was directed by SPOHP Scholar in Residence Jeffrey Pufahl whose work at the University of Florida is focused on creating inter-campus and inter-community partnerships to develop theatre-based programming that addresses social issues and community health.

 

Dates and Locations

November 9th

Harn Museum Nights

8PM – 9PM

Free

 

About “Voices from the March”

This reading of Voice from the March is an excerpt of a larger multimedia production to be performed at the 2018 UF Social Justice Summit on Friday, January 26 at the J. Wayne Reitz Student Union in the Rion Ballroom. The 2018 Summit theme is “Allyship: Identify, Interact, & Impact.” The Summit agenda includes outstanding programs from community members, students, and scholars across many disciplines. Visit the UF Social Justice Summit: For the Gator Good page for more information about this excellent event.

 

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