Advocacy Resources

Calling all BIPOC writers (Black, Indigenous, People of Color)  in Philadelphia who are passionate about storytelling through plays, musicals, songs, or operas!

Join us for an in-person event on February 26th from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine St, Philadelphia, PA 19103, Room 108, First Floor. This event will provide you with the tools you need to thrive in your creative journey while breaking free from exploitative systems. The space for the event is donated by the Free Library of Philadelphia.


Building a Community of Unity

This gathering is more than just an event; it's a space for BIPOC writers like you to come together, connect, and strengthen your sense of belonging within the Dramatists Guild. We celebrate your unique voices and stories and aim to dispel misconceptions and build bridges toward a better future.


Your Rights and Resources

As advocates for artists, we understand the dedication BIPOC writers put into crafting works of art. We're committed to providing you with knowledge and resources to ensure you can advocate for equitable compensation and support for your labor. At our Advocacy Night, we'll offer valuable insights and guidance to help you advocate for yourself effectively, both within and beyond this event.

Unlock your rights and resources as a playwright, composer, lyricist, or librettist! Join us on February 26th for an evening of motivation, education, and community-building. Let's empower each other and forge a path toward liberation from exploitative systems.



Don't miss this opportunity to be part of a supportive and thriving BIPOC writers' community. Reserve your spot today!

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