David Anthony Johnson Performance - Celebrating Black History Month

Date

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Time

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location Name

Cafetorium, Drake State Campus, Building 300

Please join us for a special performance by Oakwood University alumnus David Anthony Johnson to help celebrate Black History Month. David is is a professional motivational speaker, inspirational solo artist, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. impressionist, historical story-teller, songwriter, inventor and youth motivator for more than 30 years. He has has performed for and has shared the stage with Civil Rights activists such as the late Mrs. Rosa Parks; Mr. Johnnie L. Cochran; Ms. Maya Angelou; Mr. James Meredith (the first Black to break the color barrier at Ole Miss University in 1963); former Georgia state senator and colleague of Dr. Martin Luther King, Horace Julian Bond; former Negro Leagues and Baseball Hall of Famer, James “Cool Papa” Bell; professional musicians and actors, including Oakwood University classmate Brian McKnight, T.C. Carson (of the sitcom Living Single fame) and others to name a few.

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