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Kiyoko McCrae

New Orleans, LA

Kiyoko McCrae, a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School, is a cultural organizer who directs theater/film productions aimed at creating social change. She is Managing Director of Junebug Productions, currently producing the documentary film “Free Southern Theater: Beginnings” and theater production “Gomela.” She has directed the theater production Lockdown (2013) and co-taught From Community to Stage at Tulane University (2008-2011) with founder John O’Neal as well as Urban Bush Women’s Summer Leadership Institute (2012-2015). She was an organizer with United for Peace and Justice and received a fellowship at Kopkind Colony for her organizing work after visiting Iraq in 2004.

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