RSVP for Sounds of Protest 1968-2018 with Peter Coyote, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, Andrea Bohlman
Wednesday, October 24 at 5pm
Thompson Room, Barker Center

The sounds of speech, preaching, marches, confrontation, music, and song reverberated through the iconic year of 1968. On its 50th anniversary, we bring together three powerful voices for a discussion of acting, speaking, and singing out: film star Peter Coyote, founding member of the Diggers and director of the guerrilla theater San Francisco Mime Troupe; the activist protestant minister Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, whose Moral Mondays movement has hinged on his incantatory preaching, and Prof. Andrea Bohlman, a musicologist whose research centers on the political stakes of music making in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Email Lesley Bannatyne (bannatyn@fas.harvard.edu) for more information.

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