The song is called “Where I Belong.” The lyrics talk about the challenges of living where the system puts the youth and minorities in general at risk to lose their life at the hands of law enforcement. “Teach the truth to the youth, remember Hands Up Don’t Shoot” sings Washington.
The feeling of the record is peaceful, at such a un-peaceful topic, reflecting the positive hand of hope and faith in guidance and protection.
Many of you have heard of or perhaps seen the hit play ‘Jamaica Farewell,’ which is based on a true story of struggle, courage, faith, hope and determination.
The play has been optioned by Rita Wilson, producer of Big Fat Greek Wedding and directed by Joel Zwick who also directed the movie.
The play is returning to New York this weekend June 14-16 and next weekend June 21-23. See the play before it hits the big screen – showtimes below!
- Fri, June 14th at 8pm
- Sat, June 15th at 8pm
- Sunday, June 16 at 3pm
- Fri June 21 at 8pm
- Sat June 22 at 8pm
- Sun June 23 at 3pm
15 Vandam Street, New York, NY
(E or C downtown. Get off at Spring St. station use Van Dam St. exit)
Tickets are $35.00
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