An ongoing list of resources and learnings compiled by Cal Shakes' staff as we continue on our own journey of anti-racism.
Where We Are Now Resources
On September 4, we held Where We Are Now: Mindfully Navigating Difficult Emotions On Our Path Towards Liberation as part of our Direct Address program. We
Addressing Anti-Blackness in Non-Black Communities of Color- Resources
On August 14, Crowded Fire Artistic Director Mina Morita facilitated a discussion focused on the specific ways anti-Blackness presents in different communities of color followed
Unlearning White Supremacy Resources
On Friday, July 10, we held Unlearning White Supremacy: An Open Conversation on the Work of White People for Racial Justice as part of our
Allyship and Anti-Racism Survey Results
In the week leading up to our June 12 panel Direct Address: A Conversation on Allyship and Anti Racism, we surveyed our audience via email
Anti-Racism and Allyship Resources
On June 12, Cal Shakes held a panel called Direct Address: A Conversation on Allyship and Anti-Racism facilitated by Lauren Spencer and featuring panelists Fresh!
Let’s Get On the Same Page
Cal Shakes was founded in 1974. It was 2012 before we staged a play by a Black playwright and about the Black experience. Many will remember