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Panel discussion: The Right to “Remain” Silent vs. the Right to Fully Express

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The panel is made up of arts leaders like David C. Howse, Vice President of the Office of the Arts at Emerson College.

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra will host a panel discussion tomorrow (Saturday, March 11) at 5:30 p.m. relating to its performances of Anthony Davis’ ”You Have the Right to Remain Silent.” The discussion will feature six panelists — all Black men, all creative professionals — and focus on the nuances of public expression.

Panelists include Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Anthony Davis; Shakespeare and critical race studies scholar David Sterling Brown, Ph.D.; actor and community arts advocate Terrell Donnell Sledge; Emmy-nominated actor Keith Hamilton Cobb; leader in the Boston arts and theatre scene, David C. Howse; and NAACP Theatre Award winner Robert Manning, Jr. *