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Sunday, September 15th at 6PM at the Kennedy Center.
Please share this information with your relatives, friends, colleagues and/or any one else you think this might be of interest to. This event may be watched via your mobile device and/or computer. This multi-generational event is suitable for ages 6 and up.
There are live staged readings planned all over the country, in addition to the Kennedy Center on September 15th. Check www.project1voice.org for a complete listing of cities across America. You may also host a viewing party of the Kennedy Center presentation in your home, office, school, college, university, place of worship or where ever people gather. This is a great event for community engagement.
The underlying theme of this event is our connection to the past and what that connection means to us, both collectively and individually. It is about how that knowledge allows us to move through life—propelling us forward and how that lack of knowledge hinders us.
These four innocent and beautiful girls, who have been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, represent a powerful symbol of our quest for freedom and equality in America. This event is also, an opportunity for us to embrace our American history—though painful—and be able to put into context the tragic loss of innocent life that hate and senseless violence can engender, using the transformative powers of the arts as the catalyst.
We most sincerely thank you for your time and continued support of Project1VOICE. We could not do any of this without your voices!
If you would like to make a donation to project1VOICE, please visit our website at www.project1voice.org. No amount is too small or too large!
On September 15th, how will your 1VOICE be heard?
All the best!