Join ART AGAINST RACISM and Special Guest Latina Feminist Photographer, Trenton-based Community Activist, and Collagist TAMARA TORRES for an evening out to experience GLORIA: A LIFE on Thursday, September 26.
Gloria Steinem. Her Story. Our Story.
Gloria Steinem first raised her voice five decades ago, championing equality for all. Today, her vision is more urgent than ever. The first act is Gloria’s story; the second is our own, as the audience joins in a talking circle to share personal experiences. This inspiring, and powerful event is more than a play—it’s a celebration of human connection.
SPECIAL OFFER! Adult tickets $35*
Youth tickets $15*
Use promo code AAR
(Regular ticket price $65/$45 and up)*Pricing available with promo code September 6 – October 6, subject to availability
Student/Youth tickets are available for Will Call pick up only with valid student ID, restrictions apply
“Art Against Racism” is a platform to promote social justice, inclusion, equity, and anti-racist community-building through the visual arts. The “Art Against Racism” group exhibition, and related multi-faceted events, seek to help people in the Princeton area consider and discuss racism. Events (ranging from Sept. 20-30) include an art exhibit, artists’ talks, faith community conversations, a poetry event, and a drag show. Sites include the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, the Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton United Methodist Church, and Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton.