Schedule

3–6:30 p.m.
Workshops & Panel Discussions

The Rueff (top floor, Strand Theater)
 



3 p.m.
      Moving the Movement

                    The Rueff

                     This intergenerational movement workshop will explore hip-hop                      dance as an act of social justice, led by Destiny Arts Center                             Artistic Director Sarah Crowell, Youth Performance Company
                     Co-director Rashidi Omari, and members of the Destiny Arts
                     Youth Performance Company.

             ✿   This workshop is free but space is limited. Please RSVP to
                    Nailah Harper-Malveaux at nmalveaux@act-sf.org if you
                    would like to participate.


 

4:15 p.m. Empower Your Platform

                    The Rueff

                    How can Black artists, activists, and innovators use our platforms
                    to heal and uplift each other in our struggle for social change?

                    Educator/activist/scholar Charles Chip McNeal moderates a
                    discussion on healing and empowering others, with community
                    organizer Jack Bryson, Regina's Door founder Regina Evans,
                   
and actor/activist Skyler Cooper.

 

             ✿   This workshop is free but space is limited. Please RSVP to
                    Nailah Harper-Malveaux at nmalveaux@act-sf.org if you
                    would like to participate.


 

5:15 p.m. Meditation Workshop

                    The Rueff

                    This healing workshop inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will                     be led by Konda Mason, board member and instructor for Spirit                     Rock Meditation Center, and co-founder and CEO of Impact Hub,                     Oakland.

             ✿   This workshop is free but space is limited. Please RSVP to
                    Nailah Harper-Malveaux at nmalveaux@act-sf.org if you
                    would like to participate.

 

 

3–6:30 p.m.

Exhibits & Vendors

The Strand Lobby
 



Art Exhibit

The Black Woman Is God:
Divine Revolution


presented by SOMArts
curated by Karen Seneferu

Vendor

Karen Seneferu, Artist
T-shirts


Vendor


Heather Clark / Clark’s Handmade Gifts


Vendor

Charles Roger, Artist
Cards


Vendor

Harrell Powell / Aquarius Enterprises

 



7 p.m.
       Every 28 Hours Performances

                      The Rembe (Main Theater at The Strand) 

                      Selected performances from the Every 28 Hours plays, directed by Elizabeth Carter, featuring students from
                      the A.C.T. Master of Fine Arts Program, Young Conservatory, and Education & Community Programs, plus
                      musical performances by special guests Jessica Lá Rel and Nyree Young.
 

                 ✿ These performances are free and open to the public, but RSVPs are strongly encouraged.  


                     

 

9:30 p.m.  Reception

                      Strand Lobby

 

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