Walk in My Shoes

Walk in My Shoes is A Theater of Witness film in which police and people in communities of color share their stories.

Walk in My Shoes shares the life stories of four police officers and three community members of color in their own words. The film is followed by a conversation with the creators, Artistic Director Teya Sepinuck and Police Inspector Altovise Love-Craighead. Free. All are welcome. Recommended for teens and adults.

Theater of Witness brings people together across divides of difference to bear witness to the beauty of meaningful engagement, cultivate empathy, and truly listen to the stories of people we’ve never heard before. Without shying away from the painful wounds of our society, Theater of Witness offers a new story — one that taps into the spirit of love and connection between us all.

Contact Information
  1. The Rev. Barbara Ballenger
  2. 2152477466
  3. bballenger@stmartinec.org
Wed, January 22
7:30 pm — 9:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/22/2020 7:30pm 01/22/2020 9:00pm America/New_York Walk in My Shoes

Walk in My Shoes is A Theater of Witness film in which police and people in communities of color share their stories.

Walk in My Shoes shares the life stories of four police officers and three community members of color in their own words. The film is followed by a conversation with the creators, Artistic Director Teya Sepinuck and Police Inspector Altovise Love-Craighead. Free. All are ...

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