A Concert & Conversation on Social Justice past & present
1:00: Welcome & Dear Editor contest awards •
Moderator: Dr. Dwan Reece (Curator, Music & Performing Arts,
National Museum of African American History & Culture)
1:15: Daryl Davis (musician, author, lecturer)
Fizza Fatima (poet)
2:35: Common Ground Jazz
Michael O’Brien (author, “We Shall Not Be Moved”)
3:45: Rabbi Jeffrey Saxe (soloist, Temple Rodef Shalom)
Conrado Castro (LatinX)
4:25: Columbia Baptist Orchestra and Gospel Choir
5:10: Sudden M Pac (70s & 80s Message Music)
Concurrent: Bookworm Central Book Fair • Story Walk • Social Justice Showcases• RagBaby Exchange Workshop w/Sherri Roberts Lumpkin
Admission: $1.00 Free with festival wristband Children 12 & under free w/paid adult
Rain or Shine • Leashed, well-trained dogs are welcome.
NO weapons, guns, fireworks or alcohol allowed. All bags and coolers subject to search.
Free parking at Kaiser Permanente, 201 N. Washington St. and George Mason Square, 103 W. Broad St. Limited street parking and at City Hall. Please observe parking restrictions and No Parking Zones. Towing is enforced.