Abolitionist, educator, and artist Patrisse Cullors is recognized as one of the most influential thought leaders in the nation and was included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2020. Patrisse will share her new book, An Abolitionist’s Handbook: 12 Steps to Changing Yourself and the World and her vision for how we all can champion and lead an abolitionist present and future.
Friday, April 8 at 7:30pm
$33 Senior (65+)
$15 Youth (18-)
Live in the Theater and Livestreamed on the VCA website
American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreter: Suzanne Greenberg
Proof of COVID vaccination (or recent negative test) required.
Masks required while not consuming concessions.
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Patrisse’s residency coordinates with the Vashon Center for the Arts (VCA) and Vashon Island School District (VISD) to educate and promote dialogue around social issues and examine ways to be an effective agent of change. In addition to the public event on April 8 (above), VISD Students (13+) will attend workshops with Patrisse to view and discuss the documentary, Eyes on the Prize: Hallowed Ground. Patrisse will also create a work of art on the VCA campus that will be part of a permanent installation and unveiled during her residency.
This event is made possible through the generous support of:
2022 Alan Painter Grant Program