Tuesday, 10AM & 12:30PM
SUGGESTED GRADES: 4th–8th
Immigration, Role of Immigration in US History, Civil Rights
The Z is pleased to present this multi-media presentation from Living Voices. Using historical perspectives based on real people and events, this dynamic production combines live performance with video, audio, visual aids and discussion. Historical film footage and photographs, blended with audio and presented in synchronization with a solo actor, gives the audience a chance to experience how the world looked, sounded and felt during a significant time in history. An engaging educational experience!
A LIVING VOICES PRODUCTION
In the late 1960’s a new movement changed the lives of Latin American farm workers who fought for civil rights, battled racism and indecent working conditions. Experience this chapter of American history as one young woman balances the demands of her family and culture and fights to see her people free of poverty.