The Aldrich is thrilled to welcome Kirsten Ivey-Colson and Lynn Turner, the duo behind The AntiRacist Table, in an interactive virtual workshop sharing core principles they have developed to fight
The Aldrich is thrilled to welcome Kirsten Ivey-Colson and Lynn Turner, the duo behind The AntiRacist Table, in an interactive virtual workshop sharing core principles they have developed to fight against racism working from themes presented within the episode of the podcast series Hindsight is: The Webbs. Kirsten and Lynn will lead the group into the art of storytelling as a way to connect with each other, our history, and the intersectional work of antiracism as a path to healing and liberation for ourselves and our world. This is a unique opportunity to join in community together around The Table to share, learn, reflect, and grow.
Jonathan Mirin, Artistic Director of Piti Theatre Company, will introduce the project and the collaborative process of creating Hindsight is: The Webbs.
Kirsten Ivey-Colson is an attorney and a student of nonviolence communication (NVC), right speech, conflict resolution, and meditation. Her undergraduate degree is in African American Studies and English, and in addition to her JD, she holds an LLM in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Lynn Turner, is an educator who is passionate about teaching young children and supporting families, work that she has done for over ten years. In addition to her undergraduate degree in Fine Arts she has her MAT in Early Childhood Education.
To find out more please visit theantiracisttable.com.
Generous support for Hindsight is podcast series is provided by the New England Foundation for the Arts and Connecticut Humanities.
Funded in part by the New England States Touring program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, made possible with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts Regional Touring Program and the six New England state arts agencies.