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December 15, 2008


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I must admit I have a horrible sense of humor. Although I did not see any of the commentary, I flipped by SNL and saw the part while he was walking bumping into things. I must admit. I do now see the other side of this situation especially since derogatory language was used.

Trina Michellle Robinson

You're right. There is really no place for making fun of the disabled.

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      THE PASSAGE PROJECT is a book and documentary theater piece combining text, video, and music; a meditation on the diverse voices that exist within Africa and the diaspora. These stories reveal how geographic location, culture, socioeconomic status and language directly shape identity. Ultimately, THE PASSAGE PROJECT serves as an exploration into human nature that people of all cultures can relate to by transcending traditional ideas of race and identity. The photographs help put the stories into context by illustrating each storyteller’s experience. (All photographs by Trina Michelle Robinson)