The personal stories of formerly enslaved men and women were one of the most powerful tools used by nineteenth-century abolitionists. The same is true today.
Join Stacy Jewell Lewis as she tells her story through drama at a performace of 7 Layers Captive. From the play’s website: “Using the power of music, poetry, and stunning visuals, 7 Layers Captive exposes the psychological programming that takes place in sex trafficking. Highlighting the 19th century propaganda of prostitution and how it influences this 21st century scourge, 7 Layers Captive creates a powerful blend of both historical facts and a true story of a modern-day survivor.”
For Free Project chapters in the DC-area, this would be a great event to attend with your members.
7 Layers Captive will take place in the Terrace Theater of the iconic Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, October 10th at 7pm. Get your tickets now, and join us for what will be an exciting, moving, and inspiring event!