October 25th to November 9th - Pipeline by Dominique Morisseau
A play about the mother-son relationship within longstanding systemic barriers facing Black families coping in and around our education system. Produced by WAM in partnership with BRIDGE in the Berkshires alongside a Boston production.
Tickets on sale. 11/4 at 12:30 is RTF show and 11/7 at 7:30 PM is TRJ show. 11/9 Final Pipeline with Beneficiary awards to Harmony Homestead and Women of Color Giving Circle
Discounted tickets available.
See Gwendolyn if you want to co-lead with BRIDGE facilitator at a talkback. We will need 1-3 people in the audience during talkbacks to support process. WAM has asked BRIDGE to do a welcome meal for the actors.
Discounted tickets available!
November 3rd - Latinx Heritage Month Celebration | Women to Women | email@example.com
$30/per person | All W2W free in their honor and BRIDGE member discount rates: $25.person, $40 (2 tickets) | Reserve spots now.| 10th anniversary |
Doris Duke Theatre at Jacob’s Pillow| 3-7 PM | Meet members of our W2W group and learn about Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador, El Salvador, Puerto Rico and more. Presenters will share cultural traditions, dance, foods and their migration stories. Testimonials abound to value of BRIDGE supports! Rich stories of celebration, family, thriving and transition. Remounting of our Migrations of the Heart and more!
Nov 4th & 7th - Pipeline with BRIDGE Race Task Force & TRJ Talkbacks
Nov 4th for Educators throughout the County
Building and Sustaining Faith Among Communities
Presented by: Gwendolyn VanSant, Dr. Leticia Haynes, USAO Cara Henderson with Race Task Force members
Location: Williams College
Pipeline 2.0: Exploring Empathy and Classroom Culture
Presented by: Gwendolyn VanSant Stephanie Wright and Lia Russell Self with Pipeline Actors
Location: Herbert Middle School
November 9th - Berkshire County NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner
Dec 13-15- Voicing our Activism | Training for BRIDGE staff with Shakespeare & Co. with Tina Packer, MaConnnia Chesser and more. Friday evening, Saturday all day, Sun AM. ($100 and RSVP required) | firstname.lastname@example.org
October 3rd - TRJ- South Berkshire Meeting - Community meetings for racial justice. 1st Thursdays of the month, free and open to the public at 6:30 pm at the UU Church 1089 Main St, Housatonic, MA 01236
October 4th - 6th Undoing Racism Workshop | Amherst
October 5th - Smash the Stigma - A community based event for substance abuse disorder and recovery awareness from 11 - 3 PM Memorial Field Great Barrington MA
October 6th - North Adams Parade with Mass MoCA Exhibit | Cauleen Smith 12 - 5 PM
October 17th - Towards Racial Justice White Caucus - 7 - 8:30 PM
October 18th - 1-5 PM | Du Bois Homesite 50th celebration | BRIDGE partners with Town Of Great Barrington Du Bois Legacy Committee for a restorative event repairing & lifting up the history from Oct. 18, 1969 when the Du Bois Boyhood site was dedicated | Join us in celebration and honoring civil rights leaders with all of our local Berkshire organizations righting history alongside the Town of Great Barrington for our Global icon , Dr. W.E. B. Du Bois | 1:00-4:00 PM
October 24th - Women to Women to Mass MoCA Field Trip to see Erre Exhibit | Join us! | Let’s Carpool!
October 25th to November 9th - Pipeline by Dominique Morisseau - Produced by WAM in partnership with BRIDGE in the BErkshires alongside a Boston production. Tickets on sale. 11/4 at 12:30 is RTF show and 11/7 at 7:30 PM is TRJ show. 11/9 FInal Pipeline with Beneficiary awards to Harmony Homestead and Women of Color Giving Circle | Discounted tickets available.
October 25th - Bending the Arc - BRIDGE and Du Bois Legacy are affiliates of MAHRC Advancing Human Rights in the Commonwealth with a panel discussion on the Intersection of Law Enforcement and Human Rights, at the Massachusetts State House