THE JFK UNSPOKEN SPEECH COMMUNITY PROJECT.
A CONCEPT BY PETER WOOD & CLIFF SIMMS. resident-alien.us
The Unspoken Speech Project is a community-driven initiative.
It allows the Citizens of Dallas to honor the memory of President John F. Kennedy.
And commemorate the 50th year since his assassination in their own way.
By delivering the JFK Unspoken Speech, one word, one Dallas Citizen at a time.
WHY WE STARTED THIS.
For nearly 50 years, the Citizens of Dallas have had to live with the JFK assassination.
So it is only fitting that we honor the 35th Presidents memory.
By uniting around his words, we personally deliver his final thoughts and the JFK Unspoken Speech.
The most significant parts being delivered through seven films.
WHAT WE HOPE TO ACHIEVE.
The Unspoken Speech is a personal tribute to JFK from the Citizens of Dallas.
In completing this project, we hope to bring a small sense of closure to a catastrophic event.
One that impacted the world and the reputation of our home.
Half a century later, this is our collective tribute to John F. Kennedy.
To find out more please click here: unspokenspeech.org
THESE WORDS FROM JFK'S 1963 UNSPOKEN SPEECH, ARE PRESENTED AS A TRIBUTE TO JFK,
FROM THE SOUTH DALLAS CONCERT CHOIR, LEADER MS J. JORDAN. PRESIDENT MS C. THOMAS.
"That we may achieve in our time and for all time the ancient vision of "peace on earth, good will toward men."
That must always be our goal, and the righteousness of our cause must always underlie our strength. For as was written long ago: "except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain."
THE CHOIR: Barbara Bardwell; Helen Beajour; Annette Crawford; Helen Donaldson; Tommy Duncan;
Esther Evans; Carl Frazier; Joseph Goff; Andrea Hilburn; Gloria King; Maryln Lowe; Shunte Lowe; Charles Mooring;
Douglas Moore; Iris Moore; Bertha Mooring; Willie Mooring Jr; Verna Reed; John Roberts; Robert Starks;
Monica Sneed; Christie Thomas; Ollie Waddleton; Christa Whaley; Alberta Williams; Celestine Williams; Darlene Williams; Georgianne Williams; Robbye Williams; Elizabeth Wimbley; Clara Woods.
Director: Roger Peters.
Director of Photography: Ben Marshall.
Assistant Camera: Matt Aines.
Music composed and arranged by: Jowanda Jordan.
Choir: The South Dallas Concert Choir.
Edit House: Post Asylum.
Editor: Michael Fleetwood.
Executive Producer: Graham Hagood.
Sound: Gary Parks & Aaron Rose.
Creative Directors: Cliff Simms & Peter Wood.
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