Conversation with Eddie McCoy + Movie Screening at NC State’s Witherspoon Student Center

April 19, 2018

Multiple Locations (General Admission)


Join the African American Cultural Center of NC State and Raleigh Little Theatre for a conversation with Eddie McCoy, a longtime activist and historian from Oxford, NC, followed by a screening of the film “Blood Done Sign My Name.”  Meet us at 6:30 pm in Witherspoon Student Center, Sankofa Room. 2810 Cates Ave., Raleigh, NC on the campus of NC State University. 

This film was made in 2010 and is based on the book of the same name by Dr. Timothy Tyson, published in 2004. It recounts the 1970 murder of Henry “Dickie” Marrow in Oxford and the events that followed.

Raleigh Little Theatre presents a world premiere of “Blood Done Sign My Name” for an ensemble cast, written by Mike Wiley, which will run May 11 – 27 in the Gaddy Goodwin Theatre (301 Pogue Street). Tickets are now on sale.

 

Eddie McCoy, activist and historian

Eddie McCoy, activist and historian

 

Ticket Information

N/A – this is a free event and tickets are not required

Accessibility Information

  • All performances are wheelchair accessible.