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Published on Sep 12, 2014
On Thursday, Sept. 11, the Human Rights Advocates of Coos County held a play reading at the Dolphin Playhouse in Coos Bay. It was called “Project Unspeakable” and it explores the importance of the 1960s Assassinations of JFK, RFK, Martin Luther King, and Malcolm X in the shaping of the state of human rights today. Rick Staggenborg tells reporter Tim Novotny that, while it speaks to conspiracy theorists, the goal is just to encourage people to speak. . For additional information about the background and organization of “Project Unspeakable,” please go to www.projectunspeakable.com