For the last Baltimore Butterfly Session of BCS’s 60th anniversary season, we’ll explore the future of labor. Bakari Jones, the EMPOWER Program Manager at Impact Hub will help us imagine what’s next for workers in Baltimore and beyond. We’ll be joined by musical guests from the collective Radical Evolution who’ll share excerpts from Songs About Trains, their new theatrical project about immigration, labor, and Manifest Destiny. And special poetry feature by Baltimore’s own award-winning poet Kenneth Something of the Black Arts District. Join us this May Day to celebrate the future of the work force.
This event is free, please reserve your seat by clicking book tickets above.
The event is full at 200 attendees, so please arrive early to guarantee admission. RSVP alone does not guarantee admission to the event, there is a limited capacity – first come, first served.
Please note that in order to create wider access to our work, BCS records each Baltimore Butterfly Session on film to be released on our YouTube channel.Learn More