The 60-minute play about the lives of these honorees will be performed at several venues around the city during the week. The actors are all local Riverside volunteers ranging from teenagers to seniors.
- A special screening about the Grier Pavilion honorees will be held at 3:45 p.m., Sept. 18, at the Main Library, 3581 Mission Inn Ave. Arts and crafts celebrating diversity will be on display as well.
- "Grier Living Histories" performs again only for students and faculty at North High School, 1550 3rd St., Sept. 19.
- The final performance of "Grier Living Histories" begins at 1 p.m., Sept. 20, at the Janet Goeske Center, 5257 Sierra St.
"Race Equality Week is an opportunity for celebration and reflection for the city. The stories, shared through the Grier Living Histories, illustrate the power of social capital and civic engagement," said Mayor Ronald O. Loveridge. "I urge everyone to take part in at least one activity this week."
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