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Now displaying: May, 2017
May 26, 2017

After years of studying and performing theatre in the United States and South Africa, actor, playwright, and activist Brittanie Richardson founded Art and Abolition, a freedom movement and nonprofit organization that uses art as a vehicle to free, heal, and empower young survivors of sexual slavery in Kenya.

May 19, 2017

Raised in Tijuana, Mexico and educated in the United States, visual artist and designer Tanya Aguiñiga's unique, cross-cultural craft work combines activist and community-based art practices, connecting marginalized communities through creative collaboration and inspiring audiences across the country and beyond its borders to engage in critical conversations about identity, gender, and culture. 

May 12, 2017

A staple of the Los Angeles alt-comedy scene, transgender comedian Riley Silverman brings the house down by raising consciousness, delivering sharp, silly, and darkly humorous takes (inspired by her own experience) on topics like transitioning, harassment, and #TravelingWhileTrans.

May 5, 2017

Inspired by the fashion needs of both its founder and the larger LGBTQ community, designer Nik Kacy formed Nik Kacy Gender Equal Footwear, a groundbreaking shoe company specializing in the creation of stylish, uniquely unisex footwear for individuals of all gender expressions, paving the way for all people to rock what's in their hearts and souls on their feet without being (shoe)boxed in a gender binary.

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