Please join us tomorrow to learn more about impact-driven, scalable, justice-theatre and The End of Isolation Tour, which will be traveling this Fall to uplift efforts in Detroit, St.Louis, Arkansas and Louisiana on the frontlines of shutting down inhumane jails and prisons, and building centers for transformative justice.
Tuesday, June 8, at 1:00pm PST/4:00pm EST. Register now.
Communities fighting mass incarceration across the country have been isolated during the pandemic. Help us partner with incredible groups like DeCarcerate Arkansas, Close The Workhouse, Abolitionist Apostles and Detroit’s Love Campus to connect and uplift their vital efforts through theatre, artistic ritual, radical listening and collective healing.
"This tour will act like a booster shot that will infuse the community with energy for action,” said Jon Comstock of DecARcerate Arkansas.
Each performance of The BOX (a play about resistance to solitary confinement written by a survivor in collaboration with other survivors) will be followed by a survivor-led healing circle focusing on imagining ways to address and repair harm in line with transformative justice values and practice.
If you can’t join us, please consider making a tax-deductible donation by clicking here (list “End of Isolation Tour” under “Additional Info” at the bottom of the page.) Any level of support is appreciated and will help us get on the road this September!
Sarah Shourd and The End of Isolation (EIT)