Radioactivity speaks with September Penn of Sounds of the Civil Rights Movement: The Power of Song

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Today, Host Rob Lorei speaks with September Penn, director of Sounds of the Civil Rights Movement: The Power of Song, a musical production centered around the freedoms songs of the Civil Rights Era. Many of these songs were adapted from religious spirituals and crafted to carry the message of equal rights for those who sung them. Song of the Civil Rights Movement will be performing at the Palladium Theater on Jan. 11th and 12th. Admission is free and tickets can be obtained at the Palladium Theater Box Office in St.Petersburg.

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