Every 28 Hours One-Minute Play Festival

Phase One Oct 20-24, St. Louis County

A Real Life Superhero

Bree Newsome became an Internet and media sensation when she did what many were longing to do but didn’t dare. She scaled a flagpole outside South Carolina's statehouse and brought the flag down, while police officers waited to arrest her below.

Every 28 Hours One-Minute Play Festival

Coming soon across the nation! Oct 20-24!

What is The Ferguson Moment?

We call on artists across the nation to share their responses to the oppression, violence, and resistance to racially motivated police brutality

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Marcia Chatelain, an assistant professor in the Department of History, created the #FergusonSyllabus in response to recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Young Poet Steals John Legend Show With Ferguson Tribute

"One of them was a young woman, whom I believe was introduced as Caitlin Clark at the end of the show (there was no on-screen indication of her name on Yahoo!'s live feed, and hers was just one of the names Legend said when introducing the group of poets that recited during the show). Her brilliant three-and-a-half minute poem touched on racism, the state of Ferguson, Gaye's career, her father's deployment in Afghanistan, mainstream media's apathy, and her own frustration as a young person who feels like "the best I can do is tweet about it." --GAWKER


http://gawker.com/young-poet-steals-john-legend-show-with-ferguson-tribut-1624958770