Charles Randolph-Wright and Pauletta Washington at Avery

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On Thursday, October 22 at 6:00pm, join  the Avery Research Center in giving Charles Randolph-Wright (York, South Carolina) a warm Charleston welcome during this wonderful evening of conversation and music, with his good friend actress, musician, humanitarian Pauletta Washington!
***Charles is currently working on several dynamic projects, including an upcoming NBC Underground Railroad miniseries, FREEDOM RUN, based on Betty De Ramus’s 2005 book “Forbidden Fruit: Love Stories From the Underground Railroad”
The story of William and Ellen Craft will be featured in the mini series.  The Avery Research Center houses the Craft Crum Family Papers. He is also co-writing and will be directing BORN FOR THIS, a musical by gospel icon Bebe Winans.
Pauletta Washington, born in North Carolina, is an actress, musician and humanitarian. She is dedicated to undertaking initiatives that optimize the well-being of children and families. On Oct. 22 at the Avery Research Center and on Oct. 25 at North Charleston’s Rose Maree Myers Theater, she continues her efforts as part of UNDP’s global network sharing innovative approaches to peace building, lifelong learning and resilience.
This event is FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC.
Call Deborah Wright for more information: 843.953.3393