New Organization MUSE Is About to Level the Playing Field for BIPOC Artists in Theatrical Music Departments
“When you’re trying to tackle something as large and tentacled as systemic bias within an entire industry, partnering with the other organizations that are doing similar work in the same space is crucial,” Stitt continues. “If someone is looking at the MUSE Directory and happens to discover the Maestra Directory, that’s only good for everyone involved. There’s truly no need to compete or to duplicate efforts. Providing opportunities for women and people of color is all part of the same work, and we’re thrilled to be doing it together.”
Arts and Activism
Whether counting Americans for the census, participating in musical protest marches, composing songs to help get out the vote, or founding new musical organizations intended to champion a more diverse group of voices, these artist-activists are using their musicals skills and knowledge to empower others and to make the world a more equitable place.
What Is A Man’s Role in Gender Equality Activism?
Shared from Plan-International. Read original post HERE. Written by Salvadoran activist Gonzalo Montano, age 24 Men have responded to the feminist movement in very different ways, some supportive, some antagonistic. However, feminists too have at times taken a hardline, separatist stance, seeing the challenge of achieving gender equality as resting exclusively with women, ignoring the […]
Doing The Work: How Eventbrite Creators Make Inclusivity The Norm
As more people grasp the importance of making the world (and their events) a more welcoming place, event diversity and inclusion have become hot topics for hosts and attendees alike. But while it’s currently trending, the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion is not new. “If the people who you wish were coming to your […]