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A group of six women students will perform For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf by Ntozake Shange 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the Williams Center for the Arts Black Box.

Part of Lafayette’s celebration of Black History Month, the play is directed by English major Simmone Chadden ’04 (Springfield, Mass.), who also will act in it along with Nana Ama Bentsi-Enchill, a senior government and law major from Falls Church, Va.; Alandra VanDross, a senior Africana Studies major from Elmont, N.Y.; Maya Freelon, a first-year student from Durham, N.C.; Fayola Bostic, a first-year student from St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago; and Kristen Gibbons, a sophomore biochemistry major from Abington, Pa.

Free and open to the public, the production is sponsored by Minority Scientists and Engineers, NIA, the Office of Intercultural Development, Office of Dean of Studies, and Office of Dean of Students.

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