Tuesday, February 13, 12noon-1pm, Ohio Statehouse Atrium

We’ve Known Rivers is an organization of teaching artists. They share timeless stories of America’s history through the impact and influence of the black experience. They make history come alive by creatively sharing dramatic presentations of famous African American characters, less well known, and composite characters through artistic dramatic performances.

Join us on Tuesday, February 13 at 12noon for “Stories and Songs of the Black Experience” by Paisha Thomas. This event will be held in the Ohio Statehouse Atrium and is free and open to the public.

Don’t miss the other three performances in this series:

February 6: “Good News, The Chariot’s Coming: African American Women Who Rode for Freedom,” by Annette Jefferson

February 20: “Fighting for Freedom: Ohio’s Black Civil War Soldiers,” by Anthony Gibbs

February 27: “The Right to Vote: Stories of Struggle and Resilience,” by Sandra Quick

Hosted by We’ve Known Rivers and Ohio Statehouse Museum Education Center.


Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 12:00pm

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