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Put Ur Play On Productions

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Unapologetically Black: Here for Facilitating Harm Reduction Services for Those in Need, Incorporated

Date(s) & Time(s): Sat, Jun 17, 2:00 PM
Duration: 60 mins w/out intermission
Location: 2840 Mariposa St, SF, CA, 94110
Venue: Theatre of Yugen

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Zellerbach Family Foundation & Put Ur Play On Productions

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Production Details

Unapologetically Black: Here for Facilitating Harm Reduction Services for Those in Need, Incorporated

When Geena goes to the doctor's office for medical treatment, she is met with an aloof white doctor who doesn’t believe she’s in pain and can’t seem to recall her name. But to her surprise, the visit takes an unexpected turn when Dr. Find You An Ally comes through, offering her a chance at relief with a potential ally. Equipped with a start-of-the-art training camp for potential allies, Unapologetically Black: Here for Facilitating Harm Reduction Services for Those in Need, Incorporated is a great jumping-off point for a dialogue about racism and the possibilities of allyship. This initiative is a celebration of Black creatives coming together along with allies to use art as a way to usher in the change we want to see in the world.

Put Ur Play On Productions

Put Ur Play On Productions (PUPO) mission is to combat social issues within communities through education, outreach, and advocacy. PUPO exists to introduce the theatrical arts to the world through thought-provoking stage plays with a social conscience. PUPO strives to educate and provide outreach to the general public. PUPO provides access to stage plays that addresses current social issues such as HIV/AIDS awareness, domestic violence, child advocacy, and relationships. Our goal is to educate, uplift, and inspire through entertainment. We aspire to be a positive force in Edutainment! PUPO serves the entire community. As we grow, we will not only serve communities in our immediate area, but also in communities all over the world. Our goal is to collaborate with other organizations whose mission and goals align with ours to inspire and Edutain the community. Our target audience includes all who have been affected by the production's themes and anyone seeking education.


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