The program will feature a variety of art forms including a new arrangement of the song "We Shall Overcome,” famous speeches of civil rights activists performed by LCC Theatre students, poems written around the theme through LCC’s Community-Generated Poetry Project, and perspectives from members of the LCC Community.
This is a multi-genre arts and humanities program exploring the themes of this classic protest song.
Who: Lansing Community College
What: Virtual Event – We Shall Overcome: Raising Our Voices Together
When: Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021
Where: View the event here: http://music.openlcc.net/we-shall-overcome/
About Lansing Community College
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