July 1 | Friday | 7:30 p.m.


Post-Show Panel Conversation

In the 1800’s, women of color often entered into Plaçage’s, common-law marriages with European men as an alternative to slavery which included sex, abuse, and inheritance of wealth and land which were often essential to survive. Two thousand years later, what do we do to our bodies in order to survive? In what ways do we see ownership and control of bodies today? Join us for this underexplored post-show conversation demystifying myths and shedding light to sex work and sex trafficking in our world today.

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