Performance

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Million Mask March ONLINE

Our Million Mask March is to protest ending mask mandates. We invite everyone to post a photo or video to our digital March since we can’t meet in person safely without mask mandates. Our Digital March is an online protest to the eugenics filled policies of COVID denial. We can’t march outside together safely because not enough people are masking. Help us reach 1 million masks. This project was conceived by Tinu, produced by Claudia, and graphic designed by Maia.

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Producing with a Disabled Lens

Work that does not center justice is centering injustice, which makes for negative artistic outcomes. Practically speaking, it is important for the production teams to have expertise in the areas they want to be successful in. And when it comes to accessibility, disabled artists have the lived experience necessary that will lead to more successful outcomes.

hold on wait for it episode 6

Hold On Wait For It Episode 6

After Episode 5 of Hold On Wait For It was lost and episode 4 was yet to be edited here is episode 6 of Hold on… Wait for It! where Claudia and Maia after a long wait discuss the wisdom of 3 year-olds, their addiction to media, acorn flour, Star Wars, defragging, why my sister has a better nerd card than me, mortality, downtime, Ferguson, what the kids are into to, getting cut off by Skype, Community, Chevy Chase, Monty Python and our inability to stop talking to each other.

Loving with Three Hearts Conversation

Join Claudia Alick of Calling Up Justice and Cyree Jarelle Johnson of Sins Invalid in a candid conversation about #DisabilityJustice, #Disabled artistry, and #EnvironmentalJustice. https://www.instagram.com/p/CghR9y1LHHV/ ASL and live captioning in English provided on screen in IG Live || ASL and Spanish interpretation and live captioning in English and Spanish provided through Zoom. #ADA30#DisabledAndCute#DisabledAndProud IG Live: Amar con tres corazonesCon …

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Photo by Jay Yamayta. San Francisco. American Conservatory Theater. 2018

Every 28 Hours Plays Jayland Walker Action

In 2012 a study found that every 28 hours a black person was extrajudicially killed by vigilante, security guard, or the police in the United States. This statistic was immediately contested and the country is still embroiled with addressing a problem it struggles to acknowledge. Inspired by the conversation we needed to have this project was developed. Currently produced by Claudia Alick and CALLING UP, The Every 28 Hours Plays project was originally developed with The Oregon Shakespeare Festival and The One-Minute Play Festival with over one-hundred artistic collaborators across the country. Collaborators include Tony award-winning artists, activists, family members directly affected by police violence, politicians, cultural organizers, and law enforcement. The project consists of over seventy short plays that reflect the current civil rights movement, and tools to help your community address these issues, grow empathy, and become healthier. We offer the plays on a Pay What You Can model as part of our philosophy of radical generosity.