InterPlay North Carolina

Apply now to experience “Changing the Race Dance” on April 20–21

Posted on Feb 28, 2018

This retreat-based facilitation, co-sponsored by Hurston Collective (UNC-Chapel Hill) and Triangle InterPlay, syncs expert leadership in racial justice themes with InterPlay performance forms, designed to accommodate all physical mobilities and experience levels. We believe arts and body-based learning can come face to face with social situations and people who are stuck and hurting to bring renewal, affirmation, ease, and respect. With Changing the Race Dance, our visiting artist-scholars, Soyinka Rahim and InterPlay co-founder Cynthia Winton-Henry, guide us to seek more of what we want: liberation, reparation, honoring grief, inter-connected integrity, and joyful bravery.

Advance registration required. Seats are limited, and scholarship assistance is available, so apply now for Changing the Race Dance.

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