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If your organization would be interested in bringing a table to a Mime Troupe Show, please send an e-mail with your name, your organizations name, and a brief bio of your organization for us to read before our show to junelle@sfmt.org and outreach@sfmt.org. Bios are subject to approval/change by The Collective.


Resource List
The themes of this year's show are the militarization of police and the police targeting of people of color. For more information on this topic, we've gathered a list of websites of organizations who work with these particular issues, and hope that you find helpful resources on them. (Clicking a link will re-direct you off of SFMT.org; We are neither responsible for nor endorse the content on these sites, but present them as resources for our reader)

Organizations that are Sending Representatives to Post-Show Talkbacks
Other Organizations
Resource List - Books (links will lead to AmazonSmile - same as Amazon but if you enter SF Mime Troupe as the non profit you wish to support, the Troupe will get 5% from every purchase!) Resource List - Documents, Articles

Post Show Discutions
After several shows, the Mime Troupe invited guest speakers to participate in a post-show discution about the militarization of police and police targeting of people of color. Our invited guests were joined by Freedomland's playwright Michael Gene Sullivan for a 30 minute for the following4 performances:

Fri. July 3 - Dolores Park, SF
     Alan Schlosser, Senior Counsel of the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California
     Gloria La Riva, ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) Coalition
     Rebecca Young, Co-Chair of the Racial Justice Committee, Deputy Public Defender of the City and County of San Francisco

Sat. July 18 - Cedar Rose Park, Berkeley
     Professor Brandi Wilkins Cantanese, Professor of Performance Studies and African American Studies; Vice-Chair of Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies: University of California, Berkeley
     Michael Gipson and Marta Reyes, Stop Mass Incarceration Network

Listen to this post show discution. Audio courtesy of KALW.

Sat. Aug. 15 - San Lorenzo Park, Santa Cruz
     Pietro Calogero, Lecturer in Planning and Policy, University of California, Berkeley
     Abbi Samuels, SCRAM (Santa Cruz Resistance Against Militarization), Freedom Sleepers, and Food Not Bombs
     Peter Gelblum, Chair of Santa Cruz ACLU, Member of SCRAM
     Willow Katz, Sin Barras

Sun. Sept. 6 - Dolores Park, SF
     Jeff Adachi, Public Defender of the City and County of San Francisco
     Hector Velez and David Ramos, Stop Mass Incarceration Network
     Keith McHenry, Food Not Bombs, SCRAM (Santa Cruz Resistance Against Militarization)

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