The Maryland Humanities Council featured the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture’s current humanities project, For All the World to Hear: Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights, organized by Sandra Abbott, CADVC, in collaboration with Harriet Lynn, in their blog this Monday.
The article gives an overview of the performance, and comments of the effective quality of the participants’ moving, emotional stories. Read the article at the Maryland Humanities Council’s website: “Marylanders at the Front Lines for Freedom”
For All the World to Hear, is a community outreach project that features approximately a dozen area seniors who speak, write, perform and digitally publish personal stories about their struggle for civil rights, that debuted at UMBC in the fall. A full program will return to campus Friday, February 15. Learn more about the project and other performance dates at foralltheworldtohear.org.