NWUF19: We The People –JUSTICE

SAT // OCT 26
JUSTICE
 
Inspired by the Judicial branch of the United States government, JUSTICE will explore conversations and topics of what justice and the law truly mean, both in a personal and larger context. The show will begin with a brief but insightful interview with NWUF president Allison Brzezinski and a very special guest, followed by performances and screenings by our NWUF19 artists, with acts ranging from dance, original music, comedy, short film, spoken word, performance art, and more. Stay tuned for line-up and guest announcements! 
 
Nasty Women Unite Fest is a non-profit multi-day festival amplifying voices that are not often heard in the mainstream media, providing a necessary platform for talented women and trans* artists of all mediums. In addition, the festival incorporates carefully curated talkbacks and resource advocacy, fostering provoking discussion on many issues related to intersectional feminism. All profits are donated to the ACLU, supporting the rights of all people. More info at www.nastywomenunitefest.com 
 
*Individuals who identify as women, non-binary, femmes, demi, genderqueer, and more – of all races, ethnicities, ages, abilities and backgrounds, are all considered Nasty Women in our eyes! It’s a concept, not an identifier.

Doors 3:00 PM, show 3:30 PM.
Tickets $18 in advance, $20 at the door.
21+
This event is mixed seated and standing room. Seats are first-come, first-served.
REFUND POLICY: Tickets may be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.

Featuring:

Bringing Black Girl Magic to the Supreme Court, comedy – Andrea Coleman
Uprising After Grief, original music & movement – ES Wex, Salomé Egas
Mindful Fruit, comedy  – Kalli Siringas
Manifest This!, comedy – Kelli Dunham
The Death of Joan of Arc, short film – Loredana Gasparotto, Elizabeth Seabeeck
The Pregnancy Tests, comedy – Rosemary Cipriano
Stand-up, comedy  – Sammie James
What Do You See, short film – Shani Rosemary
"Question or Console", dance/movement – The Verbal Artisan, Katharine Pettit Creative
 
*Acts are in no particular order and are subject to change. 
 
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