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

Every 28 Hours Plays Keenan Anderson 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.

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What is OBS

Calling up Justice is a big proponent of open source software and OBS specifically. Open Broadcasting Software (OBS) is a free and open-source software for video recording and live streaming. It is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems. OBS allows users to capture video and audio from various sources, including webcam, desktop screen, game screen, and external devices such as microphone and camera. The captured content can then be mixed, edited, and streamed live to platforms such as YouTube, Twitch, Facebook Live, and more. Below we will share a simple definition of the software and give you access to the free training we provided.

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lady writing. early words build the habit

Use Early Words for your Morning Pages practice!

Morning Pages are a popular writing exercise developed by Julia Cameron in her book “The Artist’s Way.” The practice involves writing three pages of longhand, stream-of-consciousness writing first thing in the morning. With Early Words this can be done through typing or using talk to text. It is believed that this exercise can help clear the mind and get the creative juices flowing.

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The Equity Diversity and Inclusion Industrial Complex

The EDI Industrial Complex may be seen as a vested interest that influences public policy and decision-making, with the goal of promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion for profit or other agendas. Some critics argue that the EDI Industrial Complex may be focused on managing the symptoms of inequality and discrimination rather than addressing the root causes. Calling Up Justice believes in familiarizing yourself these concepts.

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HowlRound Anthology: Essays and Conversations from the First Ten Years

The Howlround anthology celebrates a decade of publishing essays, livestreaming events, and bringing theatre practitioners together to amplify progressive and disruptive ideas, and exists as a result of the thousands of theatremakers who have shared their collective wisdom through contributions to this commons-based free and open platform. In publishing this anthology, they hope to further our vision of a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions, contributing to a more just and sustainable world. The writing highlighted offers a much-needed reminder that alternatives to the status quo are possible, and we are making them together by practicing otherwise everyday.

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many hands stacked in collaboration


Collaboration is the process of working together with others to achieve a common goal. Collaboration can bring a number of benefits, both for individuals and

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a diverse group of disabled people

Dis/Rep Overview

The Dis/Rep project is a yearly series of virtual engagements focused on disability representation and accessibility that began in 2020. It utilizes a variety of formats, including book club-style discussions, a Discord server for asynchronous participation, web content, and remote engagement activities. The project is designed to be an anti-ableist, anti-racist, queer, and trans-positive space, centering the needs and voices of the disability community.

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