“Every successful social movement in this country's history has used disruption as a strategy to fight for social change..”

Alicia Garza

Women and the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. were at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement. In addition to wife Coretta Scott King, soldiers such as the late Ella Baker and Rosa Parks helped pave the way for equality.

Ruby Bridges’ silent protest inspired student activist Eva Lewis. Fannie Lou Hamer’s fight for voting rights motivated Tracey Abrams to carry the torch for justice.  An inspiring program highlights the stories of past and present female advocates for change.


  • Live Commentary
  • Live Musical Performance
  • Integrated Video Projection 


CORE CURRICULUM & TOPICS:   Gender Equality, Civil Rights, Women’s Rights, Community Activism, Non-violence,  Voting Rights, Social Studies, Humanities, Collective Advocacy, African American Cultural Heritage, American History, Perseverance 

The Bold Women Highlighted:   Ella Baker, Ruby Bridges, Rosa Parks, Fannie Lou Hamer, Diane Nash,  Alicia Garza, Eve Lewis, Stacey Abrams, Coretta Scott King, Harriet Tubman, Septima Poinsette Clark, Daisy Bates, Tarana Burke, Dorthy Height and more! 

Client reviews

What people say?

"Comments about the event have been extremely positive. Your multimedia presentation and invitation for the audience to clap and sing along made the performance most engaging, meaningful, and entertaining."
Andy A. Herrera
Director of Educational Equity and Diversity Programs Penn State University, The Behrend College
“Inspirational and memorable...a moving performance enjoyed by everyone in attendance...a wonderful experience.”
American University
Assistant director, multicultural affairs
"A different approach…well worth seeing. The production is outstanding.”
Asbury Park Press