Inside Black Stories Matter is a storytelling and roundtable discussion series from TMI Project that marries the personal and the political with ideas for direct action for anti-racism that everyone can take to make a positive impact on their community. Host Jessieca McNabb, Workshop Leaders Dara Lurie and Micah, and a featured storyteller — all from the Black Stories Matter program — will be joined by a community leader every month.
As part of TMI Project’s annual participation with Black History Month Kingston, this month’s segment of Inside Black Stories Matter will feature storyteller Victorious Ritter Snow, who will share the story she wrote and performed in TMI Project’s 2017 production Reclaiming Our Time. She will be joined by special-guest and history teacher, Albert Cook. Together, the panel will discuss Black History, in the Hudson Valley and beyond, and how it connects to present-day issues.
All are invited to listen, learn, and leave with concrete anti-racism actions.
This event is open to the public with a suggested donation of $20.
Warning: The featured story and conversation for this event may contain content like violence and trauma that may be sensitive to some audience members.