In Divine Company Unveils Fresh NEW Work for #RVisions for Chinatown

n Divine Company, we offer

story banners and performance calling on the Jataka fables of Buddhist philosophy, featuring animals engaging their instincts for community building and resilience.

PERFORMANCE: TUE Oct 21 10 am – noon Catch Us Move in Animal Body & Song
Phillips Square (Harrison Ave. & Essex St., 10 am), Chinatown Park by the Gate (11 am) 
Banner Locations all week: UNITEHERE building (33 Harrison Ave.) and a second TBA
We are COLLABORATING with choreographer and director Chien-Hwe, founder of 1ooo virtues dance, dancer Iris Cutler of East Meets West Bookstore, and musician Kramer Gibson of Berklee College of Music to bring the Jataka fables to LIFE!


Inspired by these classic tales, we hope to support and encourage Chinatown residents and allies to call upon their fighting instincts, rooted in animal bodies, to mindfully exercise their Right to Reclaim and Remain in their
neighborhoods & highlight their organizing against displacement by aggressive developers.


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