Posted on January 30, 2014 by Dawn Zimmer
MESA, Ariz. – Mesa Community College (MCC) invites the public to attend a free multimedia presentation by Bruce Nelson, a local storyteller, filmmaker, actor and writer. He will tell a story, On the Porch, at MCC’s Red Mountain Campus (7110 E. McKellips Rd.) on February 7 at 7 p.m.
Nelson will share tales of growing up in the then-segregated Washington Park-Escobedo neighborhood of Mesa. Many of his stories will be told from a child’s perspective, yet connect to local and national historical figures involved in the Civil Rights Movement, the 2014 theme for Black History Month.
Creative activities designed to encourage people to investigate and record their own family and local history will be facilitated following the presentation.
A resource for life-long learning, MCC offers many learning experiences for residents as well as its students, faculty and staff. Public events presented at both MCC campuses may be found on the college’s Events Calendar.
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