Did you miss #IFC2020? See the replays

We can't believe it's already been a week since In Full Color 2020! If you missed the show (and also didn't get a chance to buy tickets), recordings are now available for Thursday, Friday or both nights! This was a truly groundbreaking show -- recreating the feeling of being in a black box theater in the comfort of your home but also challenging you to go outside your comfort zone and enjoy these women's powerful stories, poems, music and dance. (Note: Ticketholders should have already received link recordings in a follow-up email through Eventbrite.) Check out the intro to #IFC2020 to get a taste of our unique experience.

10 women of color candidates to vote for in Election 2020

The revolution is now! Here are 10 women of color who are running in various elections this year. Can't vote for them? Consider making a donation to their campaign, following them on social media, or spreading the word so your friends in their district can put women in power on November 3rd. Marquita Bradshaw U.S. Senate for Tennessee Marquita would be the first black woman elected statewide to office by either majority political party in Tennessee. Her campaign focuses on securing a Green New Deal, Medicare For All, full-funded high-quality schools, and environmental justice. She is an environmentalist, black activist and single mother. Carina Miller Oregon Senate, District 30, OR Carina's

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