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Salem United, In. is proud to announce we are producing a Documentary.  Negro Election Day's history dates to 1741.   "Unmasking of Negro Election Day."

Credits

Contributing:  

1.  Senator Joan Lovey
2.  Greg Coles

3.  Mary Richards

4. Joy Kay

5.  Doreen Wade

6.  Judith Reilly

7.  Sean Bennett

Casting Director

 Giovanni Alabiso


Actors/Actresses
King Pompey
Phyllis Pompey's wife Actress:  Andrea Lyman
Young Phyllis Actress:  Senaiah Monieke Lites

Narrator: 

Kim Singletary

 

Videotographer: 
Nate, Salem Access TV, Salem MA
 

Location:

Fort Lee, Salem MA

 

Director: 

Doreen Wade, President, Salem United, Inc., Dracut, MA
 

Audio

Rene Marchando, Randolph MA

 

Writer: 

Doreen Wade

Script Editing:
Jennifer Emerson
Rene Marchando

Images Courtesy of National archives
Images Courtesy of library of congress

Funding:


Marblehead Community Council, Salem, MA
 

Contributing Interviewers:

Greg Coles Dance and Drum, Salem, MA
Mary Richards, Salem, MA
Rev. Andre Bennett, Zion Baptist Church, Lynn, MA
Joy Kay, Black American Heritage Flag of 1967, New Jersey
Monieke McNeil, Salem MA
Massachusetts State Senator, Joan Lovely’s Office, Essex County MA

Thank you to all those who contributed to the Documentary

 "Though the slaves were bought, they were also brave. Though they were sold, they were also strong."