No Strangers Here Today

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

No Strangers Here Today was a coded message in the diary of Elizabeth Edwards, a Quaker farmwoman whose family was a link in the clandestine resistance movement, known as the Underground Railroad. Elizabeth's great-great grandaughter, Susan Banyas, teams with jazz composer David Ornette Cherry, to deliver a powerful movement based monologue with live music that links American history, memory, and the activist's spirit.

Visit the No Strangers Here Today website:

http://www.lamama.org