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The Holocaust began with words – hateful words aimed at Jews, and others. Words can encourage and compliment, but words can also startle and wound people personally and in public ways. Words matter. Can the Holocaust provide a template for understanding and confronting extremism today?
How big is the universe? Will it ever end? Why is so much of it made of mysterious dark matter and energy? See how mind-bending discoveries over
the past 50 years have revolutionized our understanding of the universe.
Bill Timoney, Billy Eugene Jones, Heather Alicia Simms, Leslie Odom Jr., Jay O. Sanders, Kara Young, Noah Robbins, Noah Pyzik, and Vanessa Bell Calloway. Starring Leslie Odom Jr., this comedic play tells the story of a Black preacher’s scheme to reclaim his inheritance and win back his church from a plantation owner.
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