Black History Brown Bag: Sammy Davis Jr

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Presented by Black Arts & Cultural Center at Epic Center First Floor, Kalamazoo MI

Feb 06
Black History Brown Bag: Sammy Davis Jr

Bring your lunch and watch a documentary with the BACC!

Sammy Davis Jr. was born in 1925 in New York City. His father was a black man and his mother was a Puerto Rican dancer. Stepping foot on stage at the age of three, Sammy Davis Jr. became known as the greatest entertainer in the world. What made him stand out among the rest was his ability to please audiences. His electrifying stage performances endeared people to him. They absolutely loved being around Sammy because he made them feel good.

Even more interesting were the intimate Hollywood

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Free admission, open to the public.

Contact: 269-349-1035



Epic Center First Floor

359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, Kalamazoo, MI 49007

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