Join TMI Project for a live performance of nine brand new stories that attest to the startling varieties and travails of the Black experience in America, and the shared threads
Join TMI Project for a live performance of nine brand new stories that attest to the startling varieties and travails of the Black experience in America, and the shared threads of love, loss, fear, and kindness that connect us all. Black Stories Matter @ Black History Month Kingston will feature true stories touching on unplanned pregnancy, parenting, violence, and self-preservation, navigating the complexities of identity, combating stereotypes, and discovering one’s strength and place in the world. The free performance will be live-streamed on Facebook and will be followed by a facilitated community discussion about race, identity, and inclusion.
Free & open to the public
(Suggested donation: $20)
Ticketing is now closed. Walk-ins are welcome on a first-come, first-seated basis.
About Black Stories Matter
Black Stories Matter is TMI Project’s way of making an impact in addressing incidents of hate, bigotry and racial injustice in our local community while also participating as an organization in the national outcry of injustice. TMI Project’s mission with Black Stories Matter is to elevate the underrepresented stories of the Black experience in America – the full spectrum – the triumphs, humor, beauty and resilience.
(Saturday) 7:00 pm
Clinton Avenue Methodist Church
122 Clinton Avenue