Friday, November 9th through Sunday, November 11th, 2018 – Atlanta
InterPlay is honoring its commitment to racial equity and
transformation through diverse activities that will inform, engage and
uplift the community.
Friday, November 9th at 7:30pm InterPlay Leader and filmmaker, Katrina
Browne shares her documentary, Traces of the Trade: A Story from the
Deep North about her family, and New England’s complicity in the slave
trade/slavery, and about present-day reckoning.
Saturday, November 10th at 10am InterPlay opens the door to a six (6)
hour embodied racial healing and justice workshop facilitated by
Katrina Browne and InterPlay Atlanta Leaders, with neighborhood Black
history exhibit researched by the BiRacial History Project. There
will be sacred affinity group time for people of color and white
people to deepen the work and build resilience.
Sunday, November 11th at 3pm (2PM Reception) Atlanta InterPlay
Performance Company, The SoulPrint Players share a performance
combining the power of InterPlay, historical facts, and ancient
healing ritual to educate, uplift and inspire the community to make
positive change. All events will take place at First Existentialist
Congregation of Atlanta | 470 Candler Park Dr., NE 30307 | Atlanta, GA
30307. For more 404-272-0848 | firstname.lastname@example.org |