Community Conversation with Hope House and Civil Right Corps

April 13, 2019

    Community Conversation featuring Hope House and Civil Right Corps

    April 13  //  following the 3pm Performance of THE PECULIAR PATRIOT

    in the Woolly Mammoth Theater

    Join us for a post-show community conversations about the vital questions raised by the play and the personal and societal implications of those questions. At this session we will be joined by our community partners Hope House and Civil Right Corps, who will speak to the challenging truths and systemic inequities at play in the American prison system.

    About Hope House

    HOPE HOUSE was formed in 1998 with the mission to strengthen families by improving the bonds between children and their fathers imprisoned far from home; to reduce the isolation, stigma, shame and risk these families experience when fathers are imprisoned; and to raise public awareness about this at-risk population. For more information visit

    About Civil Rights Corps

    CIVIL RIGHTS CORPS is a non-profit organization dedicated to challenging systemic injustice in the American legal system. They work with individuals accused and convicted of crimes, their families and communities, people currently or formerly incarcerated, activists, organizers, judges, and government officials to challenge mass human caging and to create a legal system that promotes equality and human freedom. For more information visit