Dramaturg Jacqueline E. Lawton sat down with a panel of students and faculty after the October 2nd matinee performance of Detroit ’67 to discuss connections and similarities between the play and recent events concerning the black community and police brutality in Charlotte, NC.
Read more about the discussion here: Carolina Conversation: From Detroit ’67 to Charlotte ’16
Jacqueline has shared a few additional links with us to continue the growing conversation around this important issue:
Why We Are Protesting Charlotte
We are pleased to be a part of meaningful conversation in our community.