Join us before the performance and during intermission of Ronald K. Brown/Evidence. In conjunction with the themes of balance, equity, and fairness explored by the two dance pieces in the program, we'll be featuring the work of Angela Davis and her relationship to UCLA and Los Angeles in the late 60's and early 70's.
Check out our pop-up library, spoken word performances (see details below**), and a special exhibit with music, books, photos, speeches and archival materials from our partners at UCLA Library Special Collections.
What is your vision of democracy? Join the conversation and share your words and vision on our graffiti wall.
Doors open at 6:30.
We look forward to having you back!
** In collaboration with UCLA Residential Life and the Black Bruin Resource Center, join us for live performances by the Martin Luther King Oratorical Competition finalists!
Vote for your favorite on Instagram! Voting will conclude on March 5th and the winning speech will be announced live on the Royce Terrace!
Image courtesy UCLA Library Special Collections