Things I Like — Freedom’s Sisters Exhibit and Essay Contest

Dear TST Family and Friends …

I am honored to have been invited to be on

the Los Angeles Honor Committee for this amazing exhibit.

It is a MUST ATTEND EVENT for ALL ages.

Please join us in spreading the word.

Thank you,

Nancy Cheryll Davis-Bellamy

Freedom’s Sisters is an exciting, national, traveling exhibition which pays homage to a group of extraordinary African-American women who have shaped the spirit and substance of civil rights in America. It will underscore how one person can make a profound difference in the ongoing struggle for human rights and equality.

Ford Motor Company Fund, the philanthropic arm of Ford Motor Company, together with the Museum of Tolerance and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service will formally open this powerful, interactive exhibition in Los Angeles on September 14, at the Museum of Tolerance.

The exhibit runs through January 8, 2012.

For Hours, Admission, Parking & Additional Info

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TST needs your support to continue our Musical Theatre Camp for Kids,

10 Minute Play Festival, Main Stage Productions and more.

Won’t you please make a tax deductible donation today?

Any amount is appreciated. Thank you.

The Towne Street Theatre is a 501c3 non profit organization.

Donations are tax deductible to the extent the law allows

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About liftingasweclimb

Mildred Lewis writes and directs for theater, television, film and the web. She's also a full time professor, Christian, activist and troublemaker with a passion to save as much of the world as she can.
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