October 27, 2017
Performer, writer, and director of the Medea Project, Rhodessa Jones talked about theater and activism through community work and storytelling at a luncheon with students organized by the Montgomery Fellows Program.
Founded in 1989, Jones’ Medea Project: Theater for Incarcerated Women is designed to empower incarcerated women and women with HIV through individual storytelling and theatrical performance. She tells students that her project was founded following some intriguing experiences with people, and her own life experiences. [more]