Celebrate Black History Month at A Church with the one woman play "Call me Mrs. Evers"
February 15th, A Church at 419 D Street, will be celebrating Black History Month with Salida Middle School’s Groove Battalion, the River Tribe and the performance “Call Me Mrs. Evers”. Pre play performance will begin at 7:15, the play will begin at 7:30 p.m. $15 admission.
"Call Me Mrs. Evers" is a one-woman, 70 minute play, that tells the story of Myrlie Evers, wife of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers. Myrlie would become a civil rights leader in her own right, working to end racial segregation in schools, public facilities and fought for voting rights for African Americans in the South. The first woman chair of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Mrs. Evers is also an unsung hero of the women's rights movement. Written by Mike Broemmel and starring LaDios Muhammad, "Call Me Mrs. Evers" will play for one night only, Saturday Feb 15, at A Church in Salida. Brought to you by TINTS.
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