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'Remembering 1619'

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SFJAZZ

201 Franklin St

San Francisco, CA 94102

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The Equal Justice Society presents Remembering 1619, marking the 400th anniversary of arrival of enslaved Africans at Jamestown, Virginia.

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The special presentation that evening will be brought to you by The Marcus Shelby Quintet, Joanna Haigood and Zaccho Dance Theatre, Actor Steven Anthony Jones, The Dynamic Miss Faye Carol, Pianist Joe Warner, Directorial Consultant and Dramaturg Kim Euell, Set Designer Wayne Campbell, Filmmakers Cheo Tyehimba Taylor and David Goldberg, and Executive Producer Eva Paterson.

This stirring work about 400 years of struggle, triumph, grief, excellence, and resilience experienced by people of African descent here in the United States will be presented in four acts:

Act I — Arrival (1619 to 1644)
Act II — Chattel Slavery (1645 to 1865)
Act III — Reconstruction and Jim Crow (1865 to 1879 to 1956)
Act IV — The Modern Era (1957 to Present)

Learn more about our Remembering 1619 observance at https://remembering1619.org. For information about sponsorships, contact Ginger at info@equaljusticesociety.org.

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