Storyteller and former World Fellowship Center Co-Director Andy Davis dramatizes little known tales of the struggles of the Granite State’s working people, from the strike of the Cocheco “mill girls” in 1828, to the 1920 Palmer Raids in which hundreds of accused Communists were rounded up in 8 NH towns, to the McCarthy Era wave of persecution. Through stories drawn from individual lives, Andy will share tales of courage and reflect on how this history lives on today.
More About Andy: Andy Davis got his start as a storyteller telling comic tales by candlelight in Mexican refugee camps 30 years ago. He has since broadened and refined his craft and, while based in New Hampshire, has entertained audiences as far north as County Down, as far east as Paris, as far south as Bamako, and as far west as San Diego. His varied repertoire of tales contains equal parts multicultural folklore, magical realism, grassroots history, and personal experience.
This project was made possible with support from New Hampshire Humanities, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities.
More information can be found on the Conway Public Library website.
Thursday, September 7, 2023 6:00pm
Conway Public Library15 Greenwood Ave.Conway NH 03818
World Fellowship Center
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