Juneteenth – the announcement of Emancipation.
A Readers’ Theater play
Words That Made a Difference
BROWN VS BOARD OF EDUCATION: The Case that Won
Produced and Directed by
Dr. Cindy Acker, Ed.D.
Celebration ends with "Four Women" is a tribute to Nina Simone:
Revolutionist singer of the Sixties, and this song depicts the slave names by which women of the time were labeled.
Cynthia Williams, Jamia Lee, Carol 'Kelly” Thomas, Barbara Woodard
Opens with ISOJI Art-Is-Health Fusion-Jazz Band
Producer and Director Dr. Cindy Acker, Ed.D. Bio:
Dr. Cindy Acker, Ed.D. is a published author and playwright She is Head of a Montessori preschool through middle school in Alameda, one of 8 schools which she has founded. She served as consultant and policy adviser for schools in California.
Cindy has studied music theory and piano. She was vocally trained by the late Johnny Land, and has sung with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, the Glide Ensemble and a regularly featured soloist with the Metropolitan Community Worship and Praise Choir of San Francisco. She has led two choirs and is currently Choir Director at Unity in Marin in Novato. She was selected to lead music for social justice, including Cancer Race for the Cure, a Marriage Equality performance in the Governor’s chambers and received an award for creating and conducting a musical regarding the voices of youth, entitled, In Our Hands.