Tune in tonight at 6 PM for a special Musician’s Show with the We Have Voice Collective!
We Have Voice is a collective of 14 musicians, performers, scholars, and thinkers from different generations, races, ethnicities, cultures, abilities, gender identities, economic backgrounds, religious beliefs and affiliations. Together, they are determined to engage in transformative ways of thinking and being in their creative professional world, while being ingrained in an inclusive and intersectional analysis.
WHV’s mission is to create initiatives that actively enrich our performing arts community. Our collective has neither the ability nor the intention to involve itself in disputes between individuals. Our focus is to bring awareness to issues of inequity, including but not limited to sexual harassment and bullying, and to shift the cultural landscape within our community to foster awareness, inclusion, and the creation of safe(r) spaces for all.
We Have Voice Collective: Fay Victor, Ganavya Doraiswamy, Imani Uzuri, Jen Shyu, Kavita Shah, Linda May Han Oh, María Grand, Nicole Mitchell, Okkyung Lee, Rajna Swaminathan, Sara Serpa, Tamar Sella, Terri Lyne Carrington, Tia Fuller
Photo by Heather Sten.