Black lives matter

Stage Werx theatre is a diverse and safe theatrical home for Black and Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI), LGBTQ+, Recovering, Differently abled and low income artists, performers and audiences.

Our goal is to make sure you feel comfortable enough to stretch and grow. We are always open to suggestions which will be met with a kind ear and an open mind.

If you are a member of any underserved minority and want to produce, perform or are an audience member that can’t afford a ticket, please reach out to us. If you are a person of color, LGBTQ+, differently abled or low income business owner and would like us to share your business please reach out to us and we’ll promote your work on this page.

The Movement for Black Lives is an ecosystem of individuals and organizations creating a shared vision and policy agenda to win rights, recognition, and resources for Black people. In doing so, the movement makes it possible for us, and therefore everyone, to live healthy and fruitful lives.
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The threat of Coronavirus means many of us must continue to support Black Lives Matter online. Unfortunately, fighting social justice issues online isn’t always a risk-free protest in itself.

Are you looking for a way to stay safe as you continue to fight for Black rights online?

Well, don’t worry. vpnMentor has compiled all of the most important safety information you need to know as you show your solidarity for BLM on the internet.

You need to know this stuff because there are malicious and hateful individuals that will do whatever they can to make you feel afraid or stop you from affecting change. Whether you’re posting on social media or lobbying on other parts of the web, you’ll likely have already experienced your fair share of distasteful responses. But there’s also the possibility of hackers, abusers, political rivals, government organizations, and hate groups that can target you for your views, or their personal gain.

While this may all sound a little bit scary and overwhelming, we mustn’t allow antagonists, racists, criminals, and opposers to impede BLM or the broader social justice movement. People across the internet must take action by persisting with the crucial message of BLM. By adopting the tips in this article, you can continue to support social justice issues safely for years to come.

-from VP Mentor Tom Reed

To read the full article please click here


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The Bay Area Black Market is open for your business. Support our local Mom and Pop businesses of color instead of big name businesses. This is one of the things you can do to make a huge difference in this world and our community.