Upcoming Online Programming
Monday, September 21, 7pm
Jason Jeremias will coordinate an impromptu participatory performance of “Scream Their Name: Not One More.” Jason founded the international grassroots and performing arts collective for women’s rights, Price of Silence. Price of Silence was defined as a cultural conduit for living and breathing gender rights at every intersection of political existence in action. Jason drew upon his work in Darfur, Sudan and in the streets of New York City to use the platform to connect to anti-neoliberal gender rights grassroots efforts against neocolonialism, structural racism, casteism and proxy conflicts of economic subjugation. These endeavors led to direct action and intervention in some of the most dangerous circumstances of gender persecution globally. He will draw a little from his bio, experiences and speeches in conversation about our contemporary political circumstances, and discontents.
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