Thursday, January 31, 2013
Students and community members alike are invited to kick off Black History Month a day early with a free performance of “The Black-Jew Dialogues.” This hilarious two-actor show includes sketches, improvisations, puppets and more. The event begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 31, in the Campus Center Ballroom 108.2,3 and 4.
Black and Jewish Americans have many experiences in common including long histories of slavery and discrimination. University of West Georgia is pleased to provide this opportunity for students to explore the intersection of race and religion in a fun, relaxed setting. This critically acclaimed show has been invited to perform in academic, religious, and theatrical venues in both North America and the United Kingdom.
“The Black-Jew Dialogues” is free and open to the public. This performance is sponsored by the University of West Georgia’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion. For more information, please call
678-839-5400 or visit www.westga.edu/diversity.