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Director and playwright Niyi Coker discusses his experience directing the classic “A Raisin in the Sun” in Sweden, where, with new waves of immigration, they have experienced a rise of racial clashes and hostility. In this context, he addresses race relations here and in Europe, and the power of art to heal wounds and bridge gaps across cultures.

Niyi Coker
A Raisin in the Midnight Sun
February 8, 2005
Little Center Theater, Clark University
RT: 63 minutes

Sponsored by:
Higgins School of Humanities