October 23, 2020 7:00PM
Just Arts: “Rights” curated by Elena Velasco
Four DMV-area arts leaders will co-curate and assemble a 4-week series of free streaming programs celebrating BIPOC artists and the tradition of social protest, presented by Olney Theatre Center.Kicking off on Friday, October 9, and running through October 30, each installment will highlight a different pillar of social justice: “Accessibility,” “Rights,” “Equity,” and “Participation.”
October 23 - Rights
Curated by Elena Velasco
Africa in Motion
Traditional West African dance company Coyaba Dance Theater takes us on a cultural journey.
Convergence Theatre's Boiling Point
Convergence Theatre returns to their Guerrilla Theatre Works performance art model through an artistic call to action in response to to immigration and race issues, locally and globally.
Black Disabled Lives Matter
Artist/Educator/Activist and parent to a child with autism, Jennifer White-Johnson uses photography, to honor the names of Black disabled lives lost to state violence.
Join us for a conversation with Erin McKenney, Executive Director of Just Neighbors, a nonprofit dedicated to serving and supporting the immigrants community of Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia.
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