JOURNEY IN HISTORY THEATER: Maryland Civil Rights Heroes
Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday with a live conversation with three Civil Rights heroes that desegregated Maryland establishments. Students can ask questions of these Civil Rights activists during this presentation. Hear the personal stories of:
- Ester McCready who desegregated University of Maryland’s School of Nursing,
- Dr. Helena Hicks, a former Morgan student who protested Reid Drugstore;
- Judge Robert Bell’s involvement in a sit-in demonstration at Hooper Restaurant as a teenager.
A minimum of 50 students is required to schedule this program. Admission fee is $5 per person.
To secure a reservation for Journey in History Theater a 25% deposit is required. Full payment is due two weeks in advance of the scheduled performance. A written cancellation must be received 4 weeks before the performance to receive a refundable deposit.
A minimum of 50 students is required to schedule this program.