A recent reading of TyLie Shider’s play ‘Whittier,’ about the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, brought together artists intent on sustaining the energy of the past 2 years of protest.
The artistic director of the Twin Cities’ Penumbra reflects on an outrageous paradox: that Black vulnerability could exculpate white violence.
How Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company crowdsourced a docutheatre piece on how a year of COVID, racist violence and protest, and political division felt in their state.
7 organizations partner on free screenings of art and interviews honoring the life and death of George Floyd.
Dozens of theatres express their solidarity in the grief and anger over anti-Black violence, offer resources, and commit to more equitable paths.