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University of Richmond student Cheleah Jackson and members of One Voice Chorusin Wythe: A Drama in Black and White…And So Much More, a 2012 play about desegregation, which was written and produced by students in the University of Richmond class “Civil Rights and Education in Richmond, VA: A Documentary Theater Project.” The…

Performing the Archive

A post-performance discussion with Meghan Glass Hughes, Director of Collections & Interpretation at the Valentine Richmond History Center. Wythe: A Drama in Black and White…And So Much More, a 2012 play about desegregation, was written and produced by students in the University of Richmond class “Civil Rights and Education in…

Performing the Archive

Post-performance discussion with Henderson Middle School student Vazya Herman-Humphries and Meghan Glass Hughes, Director of Collections & Interpretation at the Valentine Richmond History Center.Wythe: A Drama in Black and White…And So Much More, a 2012 play about desegregation, was written and produced by students in the University of…

Performing the Archive

Post-performance discussion with two George Whyte High School alumni, Silas “Elwood” York and Mark Person.Wythe: A Drama in Black and White…And So Much More, a 2012 play about desegregation, was written and produced by students in the University of Richmond class “Civil Rights and Education in Richmond, VA: A Documentary…

Performing the Archive

Wesley Chenault, Head of James Branch Cabell Library Special Collections and Archives, facilitating the post-performance discussion.Wythe: A Drama in Black and White…And So Much More, a 2012 play about desegregation, was written and produced by students in the University of Richmond class “Civil Rights and Education in Richmond, VA: A…

Performing the Archive

University of Richmond student Charlene Morris in Wythe: A Drama in Black and White…And So Much More, a 2012 play about desegregation, which was written and produced by students in the University of Richmond class “Civil Rights and Education in Richmond, VA: A Documentary Theater Project.” The students used archival and other…