Join us for an evening of storytelling, music, and dance as we bring together amazing artists from multiple disciplines to tell important and often overlooked stories from the history of our country. Part theatre, part history lesson, part Hiphop music, join artists Akrobatik; members of Fire in Little Africa – written Quincey, Krisheena Suarez, and iamDES; Marcia Gomes; Khalif Neville; Dutch ReBelle, and more for an intense and entertaining trip through history.
Know the Ledge: Hiphop History Live will be followed by the premiere of Self-Evident Education's newest film, "If You Cross This Boundary, We All Die”
. The film is about famed abolitionists Ellen & William Craft
, who escaped enslavement through Mrs. Craft's passing as the white male owner of Mr. Craft.