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Readers Theater performs Stetson Kennedy Legacy "Slave Narratives"
« on: September 15, 2017, 11:57:14 PM »

Readers Theater performs Stetson Kennedy Legacy
"Slave Narratives"

Readers Theater performs at the Ritz Theater
The African Village Celebration 2017
The Stetson Kennedy Legacy "The Slave Narratives and
The cast consists of Ari Turner, Rahman Johnson,Tangela
Floyd(Director), Aida Correa,Jereme Raickett,
William Jackson (Social Media and Technology).

Their performances highlight the writings and civil rights
works of Stetson Kennedy, author and historian; his
works with other authors and community activist like
Zora Neal Hurston, the "Beach Lady" MaVynee Betsch
of American Beach and others that were pioneers
in literature, civil rights and humanitarian rights.

“Young Minds Building Success Charities, Inc Series
has provided Readers Theater readings for several
years in Jacksonville and has performed nationally
and internationally sharing the love of
literacy and literature.

The readings consists of writings by Stetson Kennedy;
Beluthahatchee (place of forgiveness),
Folklore: Black Superheroes (Palmetto Country), and
Follow the Drinking Gourd. Each reading is a dramatization
of the history, language, mannerism and life
experiences of those that lived in the historical context
of slavery, civil rights, Jim Crow and even the KKK.

Stetson Kennedy is known for infiltrating the KKK and
reporting their efforts to law enforcement and recording
the activities in books.

Celebrating the life of Stetson Kennedy, he is nationally
and internationally known for his diverse literary talents.

For more information contact Tangela Floyd at:
Young Minds Building Success
Stetson Kennedy Official Web Site:
Klandestine Man

Wm Jackson, M.Edu.
Educator, Speaker, Blogger, Parent,