Every 28 Hours One-Minute Play Festival

Phase One Oct 20-24, St. Louis County

A Real Life Superhero

Bree Newsome became an Internet and media sensation when she did what many were longing to do but didn’t dare. She scaled a flagpole outside South Carolina's statehouse and brought the flag down, while police officers waited to arrest her below.

Every 28 Hours One-Minute Play Festival

Coming soon across the nation! Oct 20-24!

What is The Ferguson Moment?

We call on artists across the nation to share their responses to the oppression, violence, and resistance to racially motivated police brutality


Marcia Chatelain, an assistant professor in the Department of History, created the #FergusonSyllabus in response to recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.

Monday, May 11, 2015


Dear Beloved Family!! Yaaay!!! Our 2nd #RevolutionaryChoir gathering (singing sessions for members of our expansive community who want to learn traditional or help create new protest songs of resistance and resilience) is THIS SATURDAY MAY 16th 11AM-12:30PM at CUE ART FOUNDATION (137 W. 25th between 6th and 7th Ave.) Doors open at 10:45am! Special Radiant Thanks to Dena Muller for providing such a gorgeous space!!). 

Please email me at REVOLUTIONARYCHOIR@GMAIL.COM to RSVP and to sign up for the email list to learn about future gatherings!! ALL ages, ALL levels of experience and ALL voices welcomed!! Join Us!!! Yaaay!!! Love you all!!! ~Imani Uzuri, Founder and Artistic Director, Revolutionary Choir #wewhobelieveinfreedom #bliss

p.s. we will SOON find a way to include folks who want to join us from across the country and internationally with live streaming and or youtube/vimeo tutorials! Onward!!

HIGHLIGHTS from our first ‪#‎RevolutionaryChoir‬ gathering (singing sessions for members of our expansive community who want to learn traditional or help create new protest songs of resistance and resilience):

Musical Highlights here:

Next #RevolutionaryChoir gathering Summer Solstice weekend Sat June 20th 12-1pm!! Email

ALL voices welcomed!!! -Imani Uzuri, Founder and Artistic Director, Revolutionary Choir

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Prince in Baltimore

Source: Urban Cusp

@deray: It appears that Prince arranged for the family of ‪#‎FreddieGray‬, & the mothers of ‪#‎MikeBrown‬ and ‪#‎EricGarner‬ to attend the concert.
@deray: And @MarilynMosbyEsq and her husband are seated on the stage. Prince brought them out on center stage and everyone cheered.
@deray: And Prince moved the people who bought the $22 tickets from the top of he venue to directly in front of the stage. Awesome.
@deray: And Prince walked back out and said, "No Curfew!" Well done.

manifest justice

"Do yourself and your soul a favor if you haven't already by going to Manifest Justice! You have 3 days left! Last night I had such a phenomenal experience surrounded by a packed room full of open-hearted people attending a discussion on the impact of social justice through the arts! It warms my heart so much that this FREE pop up exhibition is right in my backyard where I grew up. Right in the heart of a similar type of hood to those across the US that continue to need manifestations of justice. Go. Trust me. You will appreciate this. Breathe in the art, reflect, and recognize the part you play in society today. ‪#‎manifestjustice‬" Elena Muslar

Gerry Lawrence

Source: Elena Muslar and https://www.facebook.com/pages/Manifest-Justice/776790319084501 

Find more information about this art exhibit here: http://www.manifestjustice.org/