A Family Revealed: From Slavery to Hope || In-person event

Speaker: Wallis Wickham Raemer, educator, and Reggie Harris, folk singer and social activist
This event will be live and in-person at Nashoba Brooks School
200 Strawberry Hill Road, Concord, MA
Cost: Free with pre-registration; $5 suggested donation appreciated
Registration required: Register Now

In an evening of engaging music and conversation, two descendants of a Confederate enslaver, one Black and one white, share their story and discuss what it was like to discover each other’s deeply held feelings, pain, and hope. Presenting are folk singer and social activist Reggie Harris and longtime educator Wallis Wickham Raemer. To underscore their messages and experience, Harris, a prominent interpreter of the use of music in historical movements for social change, sings his stirring, original songs accompanied by guitar.

Please note this event is live and in-person, there will be no virtual component. 

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