Bed 26: A Memoir of an African Man’s Asylum in The United States
Wednesday, September 18th, 7-8:30 PM
Brooklyn Community Pride Center
1360 Fulton Street, Ground Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11216
Edafe Okporo’s relationship with his grandmother was special.“There are several things that go unspoken between us, but in the silence, I feel that she gets me and believes in my ability. But if I flee Nigeria what will be the price I have to pay to save myself?” An African man’s journey to seek asylum in the United States.
A 30 minute reading of the play will be followed by an opportunity for questions.
This event is intended for all ages and will show that our struggles are similar, no matter where in the world we hail from.