"The People Could Fly" Fundraiser
Join us in this theatrical re-telling where we create a sacred sanctuary through which imagination thrives, history comes alive, and the people can fly.
Did you know the people could fly?
“The People Could Fly” is an Afro-Futuristic womanist re-telling of the rebellion at Igbo Landing. This theatrical production is presented in ten acts and is the creative written work of the Black Girl Mixtape Collective.
The Black Girl Mixtape Collective is comprised of eight women with backgrounds as creatives, thought leaders, artists, authors, and community builders who are dedicated to liberation. Their names are EbonyJanice Moore, Sonya Renee Taylor, Mahogany L. Browne, Nikki Blak, Khadijah Abdul-Mateen, Roya Marsh, Zakkiyah Abdul-Mateen and Thea Monyeé.
Support Black Girl Mixtape in producing, broadcasting, and marketing “The People Could Fly.” Your tax-deductible donation will offset the costs of creating this production. It will allow the play to get the exposure, publicity, and quality of production that it has earned through countless hours of imaginative writing and thematic development.
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All donations are tax deductible. Emma's Legacy Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. This is an Emma's Legacy Foundation Fundraiser. Black Girl Mixtape is a project of Emma's Legacy. You can learn more about Emma's Legacy Foundation at EbonyJanice's website.
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