It’s not enough for society to commit to not being racist. We have to insist on it being anti-racist.
DO YOU HEAR ME shares the life experiences of four teenagers and how they negotiate their way through their friendships at a time of great potential change.
They’ve been friends for ages. Through primary school and into senior school. It’s 2020 and they’ve never had these discussions – till now.
Do you see me? Really see me?
My humanity. As an individual. Would you stand up for me if I was in danger.
Do you hear me? Really hear me?
Exploring the causes and the consequences of racism, deconstructing theories and stereotypes, this play raises awareness as well as tackles the issues in a lively, relevant and highly interactive way, to empower your students to have an honest conversation and create tools for change.