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The heated on-stage exchange between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. led to two arm wrestling matches in which both human rights activists exclaimed that they let the other man “win.” The reading of “The Meeting,” featuring actors Sahr Abu as Malcolm X and Andre N. Jones as King, was just one of several captivating performances Friday night at the Music School of Delaware’s Cultural Crossroads program. As part of their Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black History Tribute, the Cathedral Choir School of Delaware, young violists and violinists, pianists, soloists, and the Electro Organic Project band performed a Herbie Hancock tribute for theater goers.  Additionally members of the Select Choral Ensemble, gifted young singers who perform a variety of challenging choral literature locally and regionally, also took to the stage. “We really worked hard to come up with a program that would celebrate black history in a variety of ways,” said Kate Ransom, president and CEO of the Music School of Delaware.

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