- Destined to sing and bring love and peace to the world
- A star of both stage and film
Mzuri Moyo: A one woman show, The Fannie Lou Hamer Story, depicts a woman who defined the term “freedom fighter”. This presentation in word and song, captures a little known but very important moment in history and lays it at your feet.
In this year of political activity leading up to yet another set of political conventions, nominations and elections; there is a play depicting the struggles of one Black woman to gain the right for African Americans to vote and be involved in the political process.
“Born into Mississippi sharecropping poverty, at the beginning of the last century.
The work of Fannie Lou Hamer during the turbulent 1960’s promoting voter registration with the student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and her deep commitment to grass-roots anti-poverty, projects made her a central figure in the civil rights movement.