malbroughphotos | 2013_06_30 June's Blood at National Black Theatre of Harlem

Created 1-Jul-13
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Rites and Reason in partnership with the National Black Theatre of Harlem present June's Blood
Written by Jenna Spencer '14 and directed by Professor Elmo Terry-Morgan '74.

June’s Blood is about three generations of African American women in Macon County, Alabama, living with the effects of the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments on their family life, convictions, and sense of self and place. A story about the generational inheritance of inequality, June’s Blood seeks to identify the ways in which historical injustices have a way of leaving their mark and thus shaping contemporary realities.

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