Black stories told in TMI film

A group gathered for a photo following the presentation of a film at the Millbrook Library on Wednesday, March 6, of Black Stories Matter, presented by the TMI Project. About 18 people attended the event. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — Originally scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 27, inclement weather caused Black Stories Matter: Stories from Across Generations to be postponed to Wednesday, March 6. It was still a project planned to honor Black History Month.

Presented by the TMI Project, nine African-American speakers were filmed telling their stories. Each performer had written the story that was told in workshops. It was a painstaking exercise, with rewriting, editing and finally, rehearsing each performance.  

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