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A self-confessed former racist, raised in St. Augustine speaks of the racist thuggery in which he participated during the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement, and the transformation that he witnessed.
In "The Witness" you meet Beauregard Stuart Lee, a self-confessed, former racist. He is interviewed by MJ Townes (Nanette Weaver), for a TV Documentary. During the interview he will speak of the many acts of racist thuggery in which he participated in St. Augustine FL. Many do not know that St. Augustine (the only city in Florida where Dr. King was arrested) was one of the most violent cities in the nation, during the Civil Rights struggle of the 1960s.
Woven into the drama are remembrances of King, Andrew Young, Ralph Abernathy John Lewis,View more
Admission $20 Reservations 904-687-8798 Limited seating please call to reserve seat. Pay at the door.
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Excerpts may be seen on You Tube. Search Lee Weaver The Witness. Q and A follows performance. Patrons may arrive early to order food and drink from The Corazon Menu.
Performance begins at 7 pm.