Mark your calendars now for SAY IT LIKE IT IS! This community performance will feature the voices of some of our city’s most incredible young artists and beloved local musicians. The evening will be full of spoken-word, music, dance, and dialogue.
- Where: The Studio Theatre in the McCoy at Rhodes College
- When: Friday, December 2 at 7:00 pm
- Cost: Pay-What-You-Can to benefit the Mid-South Peace and Justice Center
- The Mid-South Peace and Justice Center
- SPEAK (of Melrose High School)
- The Theatre Memphis Department of Outreach and Education
- Nick Black
- Magaret “Butta MD” Deloach”
- Brittney Threatt
- Rufus Smith
- Rhodes College
- Central High School
The Mid-South Peace and Justice Center is a multi-issue, multi-race organization whose mission is to engage, organize, and mobilize communities to realize social justice through nonviolent action. We believe that no amount of education or empathy can equal the experiences of those most affected by an issue. They are the experts. They have the solutions. To address issues of youth violence and crime in our city, we must engage with those most affected by the issue…young people. Youth are the SOLUTION, not the problem! – Paul Garner of the Mid-South Peace and Justice Center
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