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.” The keynote speaker is Ntozake Shange, poet and writer of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf. As a self-proclaimed black feminist, Shange will address issues relating to race and feminism that she explores in much of her work.
For more information, contact Deandra Cadet, firstname.lastname@example.org, 574.400.5337.
This event received funding from a Humanities Initiative Grant