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Keeping the Flame Alive: An Intergenerational Conversation on Sustaining Activism and Creativity Under Racial Capitalism Virtual Panel
Thursday, October 14 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Join La Peña Cultural Center on Thursday, October 14th at 8pm CT on Facebook & YouTube for this intergenerational discussion around sustainable activism and creativity!
RSVP for “Keeping the Flame Alive: An Intergenerational Conversation on Sustaining Activism and Creativity Under Racial Capitalism,” virtual panel at bit.ly/lpvirtualpanel
Facilitated by the brilliant Sage Crump from the National Performance Network, and featuring artists, activists and cultural strategists from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences, this panel focuses on how we can change our cultural and systemic conditions to ones that allow collaboration, creativity, and transformative justice be the foundations for a thriving future.
- Tré Vasquez, Artist, Climate Justice Worker
- Meena Natarajan, Director of Pangea World Theater
- Ruby Mountain, CEO of Femmifesting LLC
- Graciela Sánchez, Director of the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center
- Paul Chin, LP Governance & Facility Committee
- Sage Crump, Cultural Strategist & Facilitator
This conversation is an opportunity for us to actively think about how the current challenges that we are facing as a society are opportunities to break cycles of oppression and to create instead ways to reach out and hold on to each other not only as a means of survival, but as one of collective growth, collaborative inspiration and joy.