The Community Theater for Social Justice Conference is a hub to bring together theater makers, educators and activists to strategize on how to have deeper impact in our communities. This year’s conference theme is “Uprooting Racism and Anti-Blackness in Our Communities.” Conference participants will have the opportunity to attend workshops, panel discussions and strategy circles, where they will learn from one another, gain new ideas and leave with tools and skills to make change. The keynote speaker is Ntozake Shange, poet and writer of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/when the rainbow is enuf.
Registration fee required; to learn more about how to register for the Conference or reserve your tickets to the Keynote and other performances as a part of the conference, visit www.interactioninc.org/conference.
This event received funding from a Humanities Initiative Grant