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Juan Carlos Gil

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The Saville Theater will host BEAT’s “Voices of a People’s History” for a second time on Nov. 12 at 7 p.m.

On Sept. 24 students from the BEAT club came together in a presentation reciting their favorite American historical speeches and performing political music.

“Those who did attended the first event were very impressed and felt like it was a really inspirational experience,” shared Larissa Dorman, BEAT advisor.

After attending the first showing, student Maria Martinez said she was moved by the speeches and ‘believes it is healthy for individuals to speak out.”

For their second performance students will recite speeches from Abbie Hoffman’s “Steal This Book” to Fredrick Douglas Fourth of July speech and original song performances like “Political Epiphany” from student Dustin Correia.

All speeches and cast will be the same as the first with exception of this event being held in the evening so more people are able to attend. The Sept. event was held during the daytime.

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