No Studios Announces the Second Annual Social Justice Summit

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[Nō Studios Social Justice Summit]
THE NO STUDIOS SOCIAL JUSTICE SUMMIT FOUR-DAY VIRTUAL EVENT (on October 15-18, 2020) will focus on four timely topics.
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Nō Studios Social Justice Summit (SJS), and Academy Award winner John Ridley, will extend the discussion of social and economic inequity that began in 2019 with their inaugural summit, The Lived Experience of Disenfranchisement.

THE NO STUDIOS SOCIAL JUSTICE SUMMIT FOUR-DAY VIRTUAL EVENT (on October 15-18, 2020) will focus on four timely topics:

  • Amplification and Misinformation: The Role of Social Media in Protest and Retaliation
  • Policing and Community: Building Bridges to Reform
  • Voter Suppression: New Age Tactics and Responses
  • BLM Abroad: International Perspectives on the Movement

Each day of the series will include panels, film screenings and performances from Nō Studios.

Due to COVID-19, the 2020 program will be produced on a virtual platform. SJS 2020 will continue to honor the lived experience of marginalized communities, while connecting to the current movement’s youth energy, multicultural participation and contemporary technology. https://www.nostudios.com/sjs-2020

About NO STUDIOS

Founded by Academy Award winner and Wisconsin native John Ridley, Nō Studios is both a member-driven physical space based in Milwaukee as well as a digital platform geared toward artists and art lovers. Nō Studios is dedicated to supporting talent, elevating artists, and most importantly to bridging communities through the shared appreciation of interpersonal expression.

Learn more at www.nostudios.com.

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