The Hansberry Project, directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton, presents staged readings from "My Jim." Three couples portray three generations of Jim and Sadie. This event is part of Seattle Reads "My Jim," a program of the Washington Center for the Book at The Seattle Public Library. Seattle Reads is designed to foster reading and discussion of works by authors of diverse cultures and ethnicities. Nancy Rawles' novel re-imagines Mark Twain's "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" from the slave's perspective. In the voice of Jim's wife, Sadie, "My Jim" tells the story of the family left behind when Jim escapes down the river with Huck Finn.