UNC playwright Jacqueline Lawton is working in collaboration with Honor Roll! — an advocacy group for women+ playwrights over 40 and their allies — to produce an evening of plays and monologues about Black Indigenous Women of Color (BIWoc) who have died at the hands of law enforcement. Written by BIWoC HonorRoll! playwrights and inspired by the #SayHerName movement, these readings will be following by a reflections panel discussion.
NeNe by Celeste Walker
Technical Difficulties by Lisa B. Thompson
Eleanor Bumpurs & Deborah Danner
The Way I Want to Be Remembered by Jake-ann Jones
Daughter of the Sea and the Sun by Janis Astor del Valle
Vanessa by Diana Burbano
The Most Loving Thing to Do by Yvette Heyliger
Aiyana Stanley-Jones & Breonna Taylor
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep by Cheryl Davis
Just Wanna Go Home by Michael Angel Johnson
Never Be Afraid by Jaisey Bates
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