Surveillance State: Discussion with Robin Kirk & Christina Cowger

Join us Saturday, February 6th, 6 to 7 PM for Surveillance State: Discussion with Robin Kirk & Christina Cowger. Free and open to the public.

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Christina Cowger has helped to coordinate the work of North Carolina Stop Torture Now, an award-winning statewide network of people of faith and conscience who have been calling since 2005 for an investigation of North Carolina’s role in torture.

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Robin Kirk is the author of numerous works, including More Terrible Than Death: Massacres, Drugs and America’s War in Colombia and The Monkey’s Paw: New Chronicles from Peru.

This Discussion is part of the Blue Sky production. Blue Sky is a play by Clare Bayley, co-produced by Burning Coal Theatre Company and CAM Raleigh with an Innovation Grant from the City of Raleigh Arts Commission. Blue Sky is directed by Gus Heagerty and features artwork by Derek Toomes and an accompanying exhibition titled super-vision with artwork by Toomes, Kevin H. Jones and Chris Cassidy. This funny and troubling play is about a photographer who inadvertently snaps a picture of something he shouldn’t have. 

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