"Dreadlocks, Rock 'n' Roll and Human Rights"

Town Hall

Speaker: Ron Williams, graduate teaching assistant, Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences

Dreadlocks, Rock ‘n' Roll and Human Rights is an autobiographical play about a black youth who rocks and rolls to his own beat and is forced to battle racism, stereotypes and ignorance. It is a thought-provoking tale of a man who struggles against society’s intolerance and fights to create a world of acceptance.

This program is part of Ethics Week, sponsored by the Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics. RSVP is required.

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