A place for Black, Indigenous, People of Color to be together, share authentically, and have a safe place to bring our full selves to explore our inner and outer lives and what Playback can become.
*Please note, this workshop is not for white identified people. Check the conference schedule for white affinity space offerings. To learn more about why race based affinity space is important, check out this link: https://www.mandalaforchange.com/resources/articles/race-based-affinity-groups-why-do-them/
Darrick Jackson was first introduced to playback in Boston with South End Playback in 2001. He is now Business Director and a founding member of the Chicago Playback Theatre Ensemble. Darrick is a minister who is part of the Executive Team of the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association.
5 people are attending BIPOC Open Space