Reconstruction Period Research Forum
"A Killing In Choctaw"
SPELLBINDING AND BRUTAL AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MOVIE DOCUMENTARY ”A KILLING IN CHOCTAW” PREMIERS SEPTEMBER 19th AT MONTGOMERY THEATER IN SAN JOSE, CA --
Carl Ray started a Youth Opportunity Program in East Palo Alto in 1968; began recruiting youth to attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities in 1970; then undertook sponsoring tours to the colleges. Ray continues to host Spring and Fall tours to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). To date, he has chaperoned more than 2,000 students on HBCU tours.
In 1988, Ray, together with his wife, founded Courtland Esteem School - a private school in San Jose, California - where they continue to educate young African American children in grades one through six.
Carl Ray has performed "A Killing in Choctaw" live nearly 100 times at theaters, churches, colleges, museums and other venues throughout the United States.
To learn more about Ray's fascinating biography, please visit http://www.carlraye.com