Tag: Emily Bright

What Are You Going to Do?

By Emily K. Bright, Engage Minnesota It’s not the first time you’ve been a victim of a hate crime, nor is it the last. It’s 8:30 on a winter evening, and you’re closing up your store. The entrance door is locked, half the lights are off, and you’re mopping at the far end of the

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Are Revolutions Won by Hands Clenched into Fists or Clasped in Prayer?

Malcolm X and Martin Luther King in The Meeting By Emily Bright, Engage Minnesota Also: Local Muslim Talks with Audience about His Experiences When I arrive at the History Theater in downtown St. Paul, a school bus is parked in front of the door. It’s the perfect audience for Jeffrey Stetson’s play The Meeting, which

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