Our new play, Down in Mississippi, speaks to our troubling times from 50 years ago where young people, black and white, from all over the country came together and put their lives on the line to register Negros to vote in Mississippi. They believed that the right to vote could change the world. They were non-violent combatants in a war for justice, a struggle that clearly continues to this day.
Down in Mississippi endeavors to make a contribution to that struggle by telling a story about what it means to be an activist, what it means to resist.
We are seeking your support to help us bring this story into the world. Whatever you can give–in any amount, large or small–towards our goal of $6,200 will make a difference: