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Hidden Voices Benefit and Hometown Film Screening
Friday, November 16, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)
Chapel Hill, NC
Please join honorary host
for an inspiring evening to beneft Hidden Voices.
VIP reception, live music, and the hometown film premiere of
Dar He: The Lynching of Emmitt Till
VIP Reception 5:00-6:15pm with Hidden Voices, actor Mike Wiley, filmmakers Rob Underhill and Aravind Ragupathi, and NPR host Frank Stasio. Catering by Vimala's Curryblossom Cafe.
Live Music 6:15 - 6:45pm with Jennifer Evans, Rick Keena, Lynne Ivey, Eric Westman, and Dayna Wittman
Welcome 6:45-7:00pm with Frank Stasio
Screening of Dar He 7:00-8:30pm
VIP Tickets $75.00
Enjoy the reception, live music, wine or beer, popcorn and reserved seating at the screening.
General Admission $35.00
Enjoy the live music, beer and popcorn with the film.
Since 2003 Hidden Voices has collaborated with marginalized communities to create award-winning works that explore difficult issues through narrative, mapping, performance, music, digital media, animation, and interactive exhibits.
Hidden Voices creates venues where life-changing stories provide insight about identity, place, and access. These stories help us understand the unrecognized, the unfamiliar, the displaced and forgotten among us. Hidden Voices believes in the power of stories to transform our communities.
Your support allows these stories to continue taking center stage: creating pathways, opening minds, and inspiring action.
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Stories make change possible. Stories open minds and inspire action. Stories create pathways.