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For Black Boys Who Have Considered Homicide When The Streets Were Too Much

When: Fri., March 28, 7 p.m. 2014
Price: Free with admission to museum ($5)
Black men reveal how they feel about themselves, in contrast to the way many others see them -- as violent, angry men who are not to be trusted, and in some cases destroyed -- in the staged reading of the play, "for black boys who have considered homicide when the streets were too much" by Keith Antar Mason. The actors poignantly reveal how these Black men see themselves -- as complex human beings who hurt. love, and feel -- just like everybody else. Directed by Alicia Benjamin. Featuring: Arthur Miller, Octavius Boozier, and Que'Orris Brian


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