‘From slavery to bravery’


Debra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends.

Debra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends.


Randy Sarvis | Wilmington College

Debra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends.


Randy Sarvis | Wilmington College

Debra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends.

Debra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends.

Debra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/02/web1_AuntJemima.jpgDebra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends. Randy Sarvis | Wilmington College

Debra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/02/web1_NancyGreen.jpgDebra Faulk brought inspiration, laughter and tears to her performance at the Murphy Theatre Thursday evening in her one-woman show “Nancy Green: Being Aunt Jemima, the Pancake Queen”, a special Black History Month presentation. The free event was co-sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, Murphy Theatre, Wilmington College, Wilmington City Schools, Wilmington News Journal, Wilmington Area Ministerial Association, Clinton County History Center, Bible Missionary Baptist Church Ministries, Cornerstone Baptist Church, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ada Chapel Friends, Quinn Chapel AME Church, and Wilmington Friends. Randy Sarvis | Wilmington College