When: Sunday, January 27th, 1 pm - 3 pm
Where: Koussevitsky Arts Center, Berkshire Community College campus, 1350 West Street in Pittsfield
What: Hear words and music of courage and resilience to empower you to continue to stand up against bigotry and prejudice. They’ll take action and take part in creating a powerful message through art.
Schedule (subject to change)
1pm-1:30pm: visit action tables, take part in a collaborative art project about what freedom means to you.
Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA1)
WAM Theatre spoken word performance
District Attorney Andrea Harrington on #21stcenturyjustice
Maya Bahl poem
MacArthur 'genius' Awardee Deborah Meier on education reform
Crowdsourced folk song with Wes Buckley
Benediction with Rabbi David Weiner, Pastor Sheila Sholes-Ross and Reverend Mark Longhurst
Drumming with Otha Day
Until 3pm: Action tables & art project will be available!