SOUTH END STORIES
A trauma-informed and anti-racist arts education program serving students and educators throughout King County, Washington. We encourage critical thought to stimulate artistic expression and exploration of identity at the highest level of learning. Through our work, we aim to guide students towards a collaborative style of learning, giving them tools to share their stories through multiple means of expression.
Image description: The back of a young Black person with locs in a ponytail and a grey and white striped shirt, onstage with warm red and yellow lights.
WHO WE ARE
To ignite joy and justice in classrooms and communities using arts-based learning, anti-racist education, and social activism.
Liberation through storytelling and the arts.
Image description: Four young people of color in black and white neutral clothing lift up another young POC who has one leg bent and one outstretched, their arms outstretched, and their head back. Warm stage lights light them in front of a light blue background.
Image description: The South End Stories logo. A person with long locks flips their head as they dance, their skin appears bright hot pink and their hair and shirt appear red. White squiggles run across the image with "SOUTH END STORIES" in navy blue placed next to the person. In the lower right hand corner "INTIMAN THEATRE" in white and black on red and blue background.
We would like to acknowledge that we are on the traditional land of the first people of the Seattle area, the Duwamish People past and present and honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe.
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