Live Production of "Middle Passage...The Slave Narratives"
Saturday, June 22, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Not for Profit 501(c)3
1 Day Production!
"THE MIDDLE PASSAGE"
What happens when a child goes to the attic and finds a trunk full of letters?
The Letters change the child's life.... Forever!
The letters are Slave Narratives that have been passed down for generations!
Witness the history of the family! From Traditional Tribal Dance & Songs, slavery, mixing of cultures, and more!
Come and learn, enjoy, inspired, sadden, and rejoice while history unfold in front of your eyes!
SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 2013
Doors open 12pm
At Brooklyn's Historic
317 Clermont Ave, 2M (Between Lafayette & Vanderbilt Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Main Floor Auditorium
All Proceeds goes to the Middle Passage Program
See what we bring to the schools to help students with their educational needs by using the ARTS!
This will enable us to give the program free to a school in the Brooklyn’s Brownsville area in April 2013!
All purchases are tax-deductible and your name/business will be listed in all brochures, advertising etc.
If you can’t attend the event, you can donate for the program!
Help us help the community educational needs.
Contact: Stephen Wilson (email@example.com) or
Supporting their Social Studies Curriculum:
Middle Passage Documentary (Trailer)
Middle Passage Performance & Exhibit:
A Decade of Service to our Communities!
When & Where
TWW Inc. (Talks with Wolves)
TWW Inc mission, our curricula in the arts is intended to serve under-served communities in promoting stronger literacy skills, stronger educational, cultural awareness, and to provide individuals with opportunities for creative self-expression through the visual and performing arts. Introducing hands on visual and performance arts as a tool to promote literacy and give the student another avenue to help strengthen their educational needs.
Our academic activities are rounded out by a variety of cultural, creative, and recreation-related options, which give students exposure to a wide range of new ideas and concepts, encourage self-expression and confidence, and inspire socialization and leadership skills. The curriculum of each Regular and After-School Program site is developed within the context of the unique school community it serves. From recruitment of students to the format of the daily activities, parents and regular school day teachers are regular participants in ensuring students remain engaged throughout the year and that outcomes are achieved.
Services we provide
*Visual & Performing
*Senior Citizens (Elders)
*Book signing / Screenings