We wish to acknowledge the trauma our country and many of our artists, staff, students, volunteers, audiences, and community partners are experiencing. At Trinity Repertory Company, Black lives matter. We commit to struggle together for equity, diversity, and inclusion. We stand in solidarity with and alongside those who are committed to fighting racism, oppression, and hate. Most specifically, to our friends, colleagues, and partners of color – we see you, we love you, and your lives matter.

Read our commitment to anti-racism

Read our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Pledge

Read Curt Columbus’ 2020 State of the Theater Address

Watch a special episode of Your Half Hour Call with Curt featuring Joe Wilson, Jr.

Resource List

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter RI

Urban League of RI

NAACP-Newport Branch

NAACP-Providence Branch

NAACP-Providence Complaint form

How You Can Help the Black Lives Matter Movement in Rhode Island

RI Black Business Association

Princes 2 Kings Providence (P2K PVD) Rhode Island Department of Health funded male youth Mentorship program that serves inner-city youth of color

Campaign Zero-Dedicated to police reform and works with a 10-point plan aimed at reducing violence

Color of Change

The NAACP’s Legal Defense and Educational Fund

We See You White American Theater

Black Theatre United

The Equal Justice Initiative

Community Justice Exchange

National Lawyers Guild

Reclaim the Block

Minnesota Freedom Fund

Southern Poverty Law Center