What Unites Us? What Divides Us?
An investigation of our nation’s founding principles
in partnership with the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities (RICH) for Arts & Humanities Month 2005
This is a 40 minute program in our unique readers-theatre style that explores issues that “keep the complex world alive”, issues like class, race, sexuality and language. These issues can either unite or divide us as human beings.
|Ralph Waldo Emerson
|from his essay, The Over-Soul
from The House On Mango Street
Comparative History: Our Stories
from The Things They Carried
Forgiving Our Fathers
Theme for English B
Kikes and Queers, from Generation J
from All I Really Need To Know…Kindergarten
Gypsies, from Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts On Faith
from Journal of Solitude
The Little Boy and the Old Man