Premier of COUNT at PRC


Over the course of a single day on death row, six men unpack their personal inheritances of violence, racism, mental illness, poverty, and surprising love.
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Seeking the Self, UNC-CH


An overnight summer camp with Blue Ribbon Mentor-Advocate, Seeking the Self is an arts-based program designed to promote racial identity development and academic success for middle-school students of color in Chapel-Hill and Carrboro.

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Wild Goose Festival


We’re so excited that Hidden Voices has been invited to present at Wild Goose Festival this July!
Join us and save 25% off weekend pass with the code BEMYGUEST
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Johnson Service Corps 2017 Spirited Talks


Lynden Harris will be the keynote speaker at Spirited Talks 2017 with Johnson Service Corp.

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At Ease, Fayetteville


Another workshop with military families in Fayetteville.  Sharing stories, making care packages for the touring exhibit.


We Are Here in UGA Campaigns Class


April was Sexual Assault Awareness Month and We Are Here USA wrapped it up by landing a place in the UGA Campaigns class as one of  two “clients”.  The students will implement the Vision Wall, collect data, and create infrastructure with student groups and administration to continue the Vision Wall in the future. There will be media coverage and the project will be entered into the prestigious Bateman Competition.  

We Are Here: Imagine a World Without Sexual Assault. What's Different?

The goal of the National Vision Wall Movement is to shift public understanding of sexual violence as we empower a new vision.

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Serving Life: ReVisioning Justice

SERVING LIFE is a community call and response between public audiences and the most hidden members of our society.

The play COUNT is one piece of this project, and it runs from August 23rd through August 27th at the Kenan Theatre in Chapel Hill.

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Experience a day-in-the-life on death row as six men unpack their personal inheritances of violence and loss with unexpected love and humor, determined to live fully despite the stark monotony of prison.
Based on years of conversations with men sentenced to die in prison, Count invites us right into the stark otherworld of death row, a world that is both incredibly dissimilar and sometimes disturbingly similar to our own.
During the course of the play, six men seek to discover what truly constitutes a life well-lived. As we join their lively, difficult, and ultimately affirming search for what ancient philosophers called “the good life,” we are challenged and transformed by the recognition that we are all struggling for the same things.
The Serving Life: ReVisioning Justice exhibit opens on UNC Campus August 15th and will be there until September 30th, 2017 – more info coming!
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