This image shows a production of "No Place to be Somebody" by Charles Gordone in the coffeehouse in Plemmons Student Union, built 1967, at Appalachian State University (1967-current) in March 1975. Three women can be seen standing by a table covered with liquor bottles. The play was performed as part of Black Expo Week in March 1975, an event designed to involve students of all ethnicities with African-American history and culture.
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