TCG's commitment to creating "a better world for theatre" becomes exceedingly critical when it comes to addressing how to create healthy organizational cultures for everyone in our field. In 2017 and 2018, allegations of sexual misconduct against some of our most powerful artistic leaders have loomed large. How do we foster professional and artistic spaces in which people feel supported, respected, empowered, and most of all, safe? We at TCG are grappling with this question alongside our colleagues across the U.S., and we look forward to working in partnership with many of you as we challenge one another to disrupt and dismantle systems that breed discrimination, and lift up the efforts of those who are creating new systems in which theatre practitioners can thrive. The resource list below is not exhaustive, but provides a starting place for those looking for support and/or ideas of how to get involved. The list (and the categories included therein) will evolve with our research and knowledge of existing resources. #misconduct#activism#LGBTQ#EDI#WomenInTheatre#AssistanceLegal
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