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This stage play is fifteen minutes and is about race relations. It's unusual in that it uses minimal props to help to tell the story of Clark and his Daughter Virginia. As they sit down at their kitchen table Virginia inquires why her father has always kept a picture of Dr. King and Ronald Regan beside each other. Her point of view is in sharp contrast to her father's but once he explains his reasoning she begins to understand that the two men in the pictures aren't divided by their skin color, but are actually more united because of it.

  • Author: Von Kambro
  • Published: 2018-09-09 20:50:05
  • Words: 1795
Virginia. Virginia.