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Comhar: The Power of Working Together
Dance Mission Theater
San Francisco, CA
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Comhar: The Power of Working Together
Dance Mission Theater presents
COMHAR: THE POWER OF WORKING TOGETHER
Saturday, May 19, 2018

3pm * Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
1001 Potrero Ave, SF CA 94110 - The Rotunda / Main Entrance
(No reservations required)

6:45pm * Dance Mission Theater
3316 24th Street, SF CA 94110
(Reservations encouraged. Reservations accepted until 5:45pm. Doors open at 6pm.)

Free!

"Of all the forms of inequity, injustice in health is the most shocking and inhumane."
- Dr Martin Luther King Jr

Dance Mission Theater is excited to announce its latest production, Comhar, a unique collaboration between artists, activists, healers, researchers, and community. Performance, talk, and ritual will examine the stark realities and affects of health disparity and trauma, specifically in how they intersect with HIV/AIDS acquisition and transmission and color and gender inequities. The event looks not only at the challenges we face as a community, but also the beauty that lies in our resilience and the divine feminine. The event begins with a masquerade at 3pm through the Zuckerberg SF General Hospital, calling on the angels that have fallen to the virus and celebrates the 35th anniversary of Ward 86. At 6:45pm we reconvene at Dance Mission Theater. In addition to performances and talks, free wellness activities will held at Dance Mission including HIV testing offered  by the SF AIDS Foundation as well as dinner provided by Radio Afrika Kitchen.

ZUCKERBERG SF GENERAL HOSPITAL * 3pm-4pm
1001 Potrero Ave, SF CA 94110 * The Routunda

Featured artists include Global Street Dance Masquerade and Embodiment Project, with speakers Monica Gandhi, MD, Medical Director of UCSF/ZFGH Ward 86, Shevron Hunter, and Ama Nkwa.

DANCE MISSION THEATER * 6:45pm-9pm
3316 24th Street, SF CA 94110

Arrive early for food and healing activities starting at 6:45pm. Performances begin at 7:15pm.  

Featured artists include: Embodiment Project;  The Medea Project; Ama Nkwa; Afro Urban Society;  Tika Morgan Dance;  Tajah J;  Garza;  Sandra Salas;  BoomShake;  Dazie Grego-Sykes; Black Opal; Sean San Jose

Speakers include: Brian Anderson, MD;  Monica Hahn, MD;  Kanyon CoyoteWoman Sayers-Roods;  Luis GutiĆ©rrez-Mock;  Dr. Nadia Roan;  Dr. Satish Pillai; Monica Gandhi, MD  Larry Adelman; Rafael Gonzalez

Healers leading wellness activities: Yoga for trauma with Gabriela Breton MFT;  Acupuncture with  Charity Burgess, L.Ac.;   Qi Gong with Qi Dragon;  HIV testing by SF AIDS Foundation;  Dinner by Radio Afrika Kitchen

With the participation of: UCSF/ Ward 86;  Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital;  Radio Afrika Kitchen;  San Francisco AIDS Foundation;  The San Francisco Department of Public Health Bridge HIV; Futures Without Violence;  Women Against Rape  

This event was made possible by generous support from Gilead and Grants for the Arts.

Location

Dance Mission Theater (View)
3316 24th St. @ Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States


Categories

Arts > Dance
Arts > Performance
Education > Conventions

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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