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Rahmell's INFERNO @Columbia University

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Cowin Auditorium, Horace Mann Hall

525 West 120th Street

New York, NY 10027

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Rahmell's INFERNO teams up with Columbia University's Teachers College for a special feature performance. This years movement topic is Racial Literacy. This event is entirely FREE! Please bring your friends and family!

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Rahmell's INFERNO is an autobiographical play written and performed by Rahmell Peebles. When Rahmell was sixteen years old he brought a keychain pocket knife to school. For this, he was given a year of probation and a year-and-a-half school suspension. At that time, Rahmell was also a special education student. Many would have categorized him as an at-risk youth destined for the prison system. Six years later he graduated from the prestigious Morehouse College with an honors degree in Philosophy. His journey from special ed criminal to a special kind of king serves as the core story of Rahmell's INFERNO.

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