“When We Were Colored”
This week LiveWire invites two great events to the show, a play called “When We Were Colored” and the Sacramento “LANfest”. “When We Were Colored”, will be speaking about their play coming to Sacramento August 21st through the 30th. The Sacramento “LANfest” will talk to us about their event on August 21st through the 23rd. Tune in to find out more about these wonderful happenings!
The play When We Were Colored is a play written by Ginger Rutland and adapted from her mother, Eva Rutland’s memoir. Taking place in Sacramento in 1952 it follows the family of a middle class black woman as they move from the segregated south to the “integrated” California post World War II.
For more info for When We Were Colored
LANFest is a 100% volunteer supported organization. Our volunteers are located throughout the country and help out at our events and in our national committees.
The Intel LANFest event series is hosted by Intel and organized by Recreational Intel Gaming Group (RIGG) and other community gaming groups. These events are put together by gamers for gamers with incredible tournaments of the latest games and some old classics that refuse to die.
For more info on LANfest
Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5p.m. Wednesday, August 5th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs. The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m.