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Judy Tate: “The Past is Present: History, Storytelling, and the American Slavery Project”

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Judy Tate is a four-time Daytime Emmy® award winning writer who worked for such shows as Days of Our Lives, As the World Turns, Another World. She is also the Producing Artistic Director of the American Slavery Project (ASP), a theatrical response to revisionism in American conversation about enslavement and its aftermath. NYSEC is ASP’s partner for this Spring’s season of thought-provoking, enhanced audio-dramas. Judy will take us on her storytelling journey exploring how what seems long ago, still reverberates today.

Judy Tate is a four-time Daytime Emmy Award winning writer and WGA award recipient. She’s written scripts and story for several TV shows and her plays have been produced and presented in theaters around the country. She’s a co-founder and Producing Artistic Director of The American Slavery Project,, a theatrical response to revisionism in American discourse around enslavement and its aftermath. She is also Founding Artistic Director of Stargate Theatre, work-readiness theatre program developed at Manhattan Theatre Club in which justice involved young men, write, rehearse and perform an original work on one of MTC’s stages to develop their voices and pro-social skills. She teaches at NYU, Drew University, Manhattan Theatre Club, Theatre Development Fund and Harlem Dramatic Writers Workshop.

Shared Charity: Music on the Inside

Sunday Platform is our most important and long-standing community event. These gatherings educate, stimulate personal growth, inspire reflection and action, and strengthen our community. Sunday meetings usually begin with music, followed by greetings and a talk given by a Society Leader, member, or guest.  Platforms cover a variety of topics that reflect current events, pressing social issues, and Ethical Culture philosophy. A collection basket is passed and money is shared between the Society and a charity selected for that day.  While contributions are always appreciated, Sunday meetings are free and open to the public.  Each Sunday meeting is followed by a luncheon and social hour.

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