We The 350 will take place Saturday, April 2, 7 p.m. at the First Unitarian Society of Madison.
“We the 350” is a narrative performance based on interviews done with Black Wisconsin residents about their experiences as living in some of the most racially segregated (Milwaukee) and racially disparate (Madison) cities in the country.
The performance paints a compelling picture of what the intersections between racism, poverty, and disparate incarceration rates for Wisconsin’s Black population look like in someone’s daily life. We the 350 explores the ways that state structures rely on intersections between race and class, along with many other intersections, to maintain racially disparate arrest and incarceration rates in Wisconsin.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students ages 14 and up. The show will be performed in the Landmark Auditorium; seating is limited.
Please be advised that the show includes narratives describing physical, mental and sexual violence.