top of page

Upcoming Events

*All events and dates are subject to change

Sept 2022 - August 2023

A New World Annual Program

Quarter 3 Begins April

A 52-week program consisting of an ongoing research study, weekly meetings and  accountability practice for professionals looking to dismantle systemic oppression and white supremacy culture in American workplaces.

Together with the other members of “A New World,” you will work through a resource book that explores your relationship to culture, power and compensation, with a focus on building community, leading with grace, self-assessment and reparations. Throughout the year-long program you will have the opportunity to meet and learn as a group every Monday or Wednesday, as well as engage with individual work, affinity groups and one-on-ones as you wish to dive deeper.


Edify 2022 Templates (10).png

February 2023

Lantern Night

Monday February 27th 7-9pm ET

Theatre workers of all backgrounds are invited to join HTE for a night of healing practices and support in telling your story of workplace oppression. Affinity groups for BIPOC and white people will be available.  You will gain healing practices, a completed article or rendering of your story, and resources for sustainability in dismantling systemic oppression. Lantern Night is a space to navigate the storytelling necessary to heal. Your stories are shared publicly as a form of truth telling and learning in our community.

Bring your favorite snacks, drinks and whatever you need to feel cozy and comfortable at home while participating in this virtual event. :)

Edify 2022 Templates.png

March 2023

Accessibility: Disability in America
with Maria Porto


March 8th 4-5:30pm ET

Join us to dive into a brief overview of Disability in America, deconstructing the white, ableist power structures that have long suppressed the Disabled BIPOC community from accessing services needed to thrive in a capitalist society.

This 90 minute workshop will explore the DPN movement and Gallaudet's contribution to the Deaf community throughout history, and touch on the ADA and the toll it took on all disabled peoples. There will also be discussion on the reclamation of power in words and identity as well as a Q&A at the end of the session.

bottom of page