Day: October 12, 2012


Playwrights bring to life elections, race and its role in the future of America

America has elected its first African-American president…now what? The question was tackled in the play, “Dispatches from (A)mended America,” performed on Oct. 4 by the Center for Ethnic Racial & Religious Understanding, in Colden Auditorium. The play was a dramatization of 100 interviews conducted in the South, by playwrights Brandt Adams and Godfrey L. Simmons […]

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