Program
Program
Arts & Humanities
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Uniting art and community to transform conflicts through original theatrical works, collective creativity, and leadership development for underserved populations. 

Intersection’s Arts & Humanities program employs a unique approach to social justice initiatives. Using a combination of education and artistic expression to frame social issues and establish common ground, we engage and empower those whom we are honored and committed to serve, helping people discover their personal role in creating justice in the world. More

Community Policing
Community Policing
Arts & Humanities Initiative: Dance Collective
Arts & Humanities Initiative: Dance Collective
Community Outreach
Community Outreach
Multimedia

Donovan Christie, Jr. is an actor and artist. In this podcast Christie and Farid Johnson attempt to answer the question: What is your definition of an artist? The two also discuss Christie's role in the Uniform Justice...

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Thu, 20 Oct 2016
blogVoting: A Petition To Save

Dismantling the “white imagination” of what it means to be an American citizen, Claudia Rankine bridges visual aesthetic and contextual prose to expose areas of trauma. Rankine underlines the individualism assumed when internalizing societal commentary: “Slipping down burying the you buried within. You are everywhere... more...

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Tue, 11 Oct 2016
blogFacts versus Truth

I just read a screenplay as part of the upcoming Intersections Play Reading Series (more on this to come). The film is called “Nines” and is set in a futuristic world where societal functionality seems ideal until people start to question it. A line in the script inspired me to write this blog. A student, in the midst of a... more...

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Mon, 26 Sep 2016
blogThe Language of the Unheard

Recently, a video of a conversation between The Daily Show host Trever Noah and rapper T.I. went viral. In the snippet, Noah presses T.I. about the content of his new song and video, “Warzone.” The controversial “War Zone” video portrays an alternate reality where a young white male who lives in the suburbs is... more...

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Mon, 12 Sep 2016
blogBeyond the Artistic Value of Protesting

Something I appreciate about museums and art galleries is that I can observe an art piece and tell the person standing next to me what I see in it.  And that person can say “Ah, I see that now.”  And then they can tell me how they see it, and I can nod with my thumb holding up my chin and my index finger covering my... more...