Special Alert

Due to COVID-19 and until further notice, we have cancelled all Folk Project events involving physical presence indoors. We are exploring ways of holding events that meet accepted social distancing restrictions and, when available, those events will be announced on this site.

Until then, please enjoy our online-only and outdoor drive-in events listed at stayaway.folkproject.org and recordings on our Youtube channels Horses Sing None of It and Folk Project Video.

 

Deeper Than The Skin

Deeper Than The Skin

Deeper Than the Skin

Deeper Than the Skin is an examination in song and story of the issue of race in America by Reggie Harris and Greg Greenway, two of our favorite artists who have lived that issue, and come to grips with it. It will be an evening of singing, of narrative, and of listening; of experiencing a connection so deep that it moves us to laugh, cry, and reconsider what we know about our history. This will be an experience to be long remembered.

7:30 PM, May 8, 2020

Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, 21 Normandy Hts. Rd, Morristown NJ

Deeper Than Skin is a very special event presented by The Folk Project. This is not just a concert of songs that just entertain. This is not just an evening of talk. This is a experience of singing and listening… of experiencing a connection so deep that it moves us to laugh, cry, and reconsider what we know about our history.

"Deeper Than the Skin" is presented by two friends well known to the Folk Project community, Reggie Harris and Greg Greenway, one Black and one White, one from the North and one from the South, both musicians, storytellers, students of history and world travelers… born 3 days apart! Their two separate narratives are forged into one powerful presentation aimed at finding common ground and helping others to do the same. This will be an event not to be missed, and long remembered by those who experience it.

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