Since the murder of George Floyd and recent #BlackLivesMatter protests, many companies have come out with statements standing in solidarity with the movement and vowing to addressing their own histories of racism or lack of diversity. While many statements were sincere and profound, others were called out for dancing around the subject, not committing to making any changes to their business practices, or being hypocritical. We are all unlearning our biases and working to "do
Despite the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic, many art venues are reopening and productions are resuming modified operations. Since adhering to CDC guidelines can be costly and expensive, we expect to see more art venues pursuing virtual programming even as in-person events become increasingly viable. Since March, In Full Color has hosted or been part of many virtual events including a weekly IG Live skillshare and chat series called Quarantine Cuties, Streamyard inter
In Full Color co-presented Resistance: Saving Black Lives, a panel discussing #blacklivesmatter and recent civil rights uprisings on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. If you missed it, you can watch the entire event above! Resistance featured a discussion with diverse panelists Isaiah Lee, Dr. Jennifer Mullan, Nevin Perkins and Aaron Rodman speaking about their experiences as Black folx in America, facilitated by Dr. Will Guzmán. Performers included Rashad Wright, Stephanie Dinsae, Dr.
We're moving our annual fundraiser online! Join us for the Bloom Virtual Summit, four days of workshops, performances and more fun led by women of color from July 16 to 19. Bloom funds In Full Color, our award-winning annual theatrical event featuring women of color sharing their stories, in their own voices. We give Black, Latinx, Asian, Arab, Middle Eastern, Indigenous and other marginalized women access to Authentic Representation. To get day or week passes, make a tax-ded
The past two weeks have been a very difficult time for Black folx in America, and around the world. As we work and rise up together to create change -- in policy, in attitudes, in lives -- it's been truly beautiful to see thousands of people who have had enough. This is not just about George Floyd, or Breonna Taylor, or Ahmaud Arbery, or Trayvon Martin. It's not just about Eric Garner, Philando Castile, Sandra Bland, Tamir Rice, Tanisha Anderson, or Emmitt Till. It is not ev